In the aftermath of the WHO designation of the novel coronavirus as a global pandemic on March 11, universities across America are shutting down in an attempt to slow its spread. On March 6, the University of Washington took the lead, canceling all in-person classes.

SAT, ACT, and AP exams are also cancelled. College Board recently posted: “We are closely monitoring the [corona virus] situation on the ground and already cancelled some SAT registrations for the March administration in affected areas.

The ACT has also cancelled the April 4th exam. This means that the next SAT & ACT exams will be in June.

Best Practices

In order to keep students’ minds moving during this tough time, Socrato is providing online SAT and ACT tests for students’ and tutors and the community at large. 

The online test platform is easy to use and only requires access to a computer, tablet, or laptop with test booklet and internet. You can buy the “Real ACT Prep Guide” or  Collegeboard Blue book test, you can take these test and process them online in Socrato. 

Assign online bubble-sheet is a smarter way to prepare for standardized tests. Socrato provides smart test grading solutions to analyze and process ACT, SAT, PSAT, HSPT, ISEE, and many more. Tutors/Teachers/Schools can also assign their own custom tests or released/retired tests via online mode to the student and generate detail diagnostic report.

To score high students can use Socrato to practice online and get insights beyond scores. In addition to the student individual diagnostic reports, Socrato also does different types of group and batch analysis. These group report analysis includes Score Summary Report, Growth Report, Question /Answer Distribution, and Subject Area Performance etc.

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