Prepare for Your Exams with Free Practice Tests!
To follow Covid-19 safeguards, EOCs will take place online in December to reduce the amount of things to be touched by test administrators and students. Each student will bring their fully charged Chromebook to campus to take their test.
To become familar with the STAAR Online Testing site, students can access this website for EOC Practice Tests and Tutorials:
Taking an official practice test is a great way to simulate test day. Plus, you can score your own practice test and learn from your mistakes.
Taking an SAT practice test is good practice for the PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10 because the assessments measure the same skills and knowledge in ways that make sense for different grade levels.
Get a taste of the ACT test with practice questions (and answers) found in this free study guide.
- An overview of the ACT test and what to expect on test day
- A full-length practice ACT test (including writing prompt)
- Answers and a scoring key for each test section
- A breakdown of the content covered in each test section
- General test-taking strategies
- Ways to approach each section of the ACT
Taking practice ASVAB tests will give you an idea of how you'll score, and identify areas that need improvement.
Your scores in four critical areas -- Arithmetic Reasoning, Word Knowledge, Paragraph Comprehension and Mathematics Knowledge -- count towards your Armed Forces Qualifying Test (AFQT) score. The AFQT score determines whether you're qualified to enlist in the U.S. military.
Your scores in the other areas of the ASVAB will determine how qualified you are for certain military occupational specialties and Enlistment Bonuses. A high score will improve your chances of getting the specialty/job and signing bonus you want.
Scoring high on the ASVAB will require study and concentration. Don't skimp on preparing for this test. It's your future. Get the most out of it.
Taking a full-length SAT practice test is one of the best ways to simulate test day. Eight official SAT practice tests are available for free, both online and on paper.
Created by the makers of the SAT, each practice test has the same types of questions you'll see on test day. Six of the practice tests have even previously been given as actual SAT exams.