Putting the ACT test into practice


Emily Vetvick

On Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, students will have the opportunity to take a practice ACT at 9:00 a.m. on campus. Due to the partnership between PTSA and The Princeton Review, the practice test will be just $10 for students.

Athena Tseng, Guest Contributor

Getting ready for the ACT can be a chore, but on Saturday student’s can take a practice test for $10 courtesy of the PTSA in partnership with The Princeton Review.

“I’m really glad that they decided to do this,” freshman Madhalasa Iyer said. “This will help a lot of students in practice and getting more prepared for the ACT and know the format. I’m going to get more confident and more familiar with the test, itself.”

The practice test will be administered on campus from 9:00 a.m. to approximately 12 p.m.

“Taking this practice test will benefit me by giving me the opportunity to take a full-length test with realistic testing conditions,” sophomore Aniket Joshi said. “What will help me the most is the personalized score report which can tell me what I need to work on for the real test. Having the test at Liberty makes it more convenient for many students as well.”

Students must register in advance for Saturday’s practice test. 

“Making registration online makes it so much more accessible to me. This test is easy to register and pay for especially with it all in one place,” junior Aryan Tyagi said. “This practice ACT test is gonna benefit a lot of students and help them get higher scores.”