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Kaplan Test Prep Holds Free SAT and ACT Practice Test Events for College Applicants on Saturday, November 16

It’s that time of year when questions like “What’s on the SAT?”, What’s on the ACT?”, “Should I take both?” “How important are these exams really in the college admissions process?” can preoccupy the minds of students and parents alike.  To demystify it all, Kaplan Test Prep will holds its free National Practice Day on Saturday, November 16 at locations around the country and live online.  



Here’s how it works: Students who attend the event on site will take a combo SAT and ACT test, featuring realistic practice questions, which will help familiarize them with the content. Students who attend an online event will take shortened, predictive versions of both exams. In addition to the free practice, each participant will receive a personalized detailed performance analysis.  This will give students an idea of which one they should prep for and take - though many students ultimately decide to sit for both exams. Additionally, Kaplan experts will provide attendees with an overview of the exams and their important roles in the admissions process.  

According to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2013 survey of college admissions officers, nearly 90% of schools across the country require a student to submit a score from either the SAT or ACT.  And doing well on the exams can help college applicants secure strong merit-based financial aid packages.



To attend a Kaplan National Practice Day event, visit kaptest.com/choose or to learn more about the college admissions process in general, you can go to www.kaptest.com/college

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