Get Ready for the ACT and SAT!

Free Princeton Review ACT-SAT StartUp Test and Strategy Session

For Classes of 2017 and 2018


Since many colleges and universities across the country now accept either the test for admissions, it raises the question, “Which test should a student take, the SAT or ACT?”


To help address this issue, the St. Tammany Parish Library is offering a free ACT/SAT StartUp Test presented by the Princeton Review.  The test is a sample of both SAT and ACT test questions, to help students decide which test is best for them.


By taking a free, practice test in real time, simulating the actual experience, students learn what an actual ACT test is like and learn what taking an ACT is really like.   The practice test is timed and proctored, just like the real thing.  Students get a detailed score report so they can identify their strengths and weaknesses and create an effective study plan.


Students who take the test will then be able to attend a follow-up strategy session, which their parents are welcome to attend, where they will be able to meet an expert Princeton Review instructor who will walk them through some difficult questions.  Participants will learn more about the structure of the test, types of questions to expect, and proven techniques.


The practice test will be given at the Causeway Branch of the St. Tammany Parish Library,   3457 HWY 190, Mandeville, on Saturday, November  12  from 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM.  The follow-up strategy session will be held at the Causeway Branch on Wednesday, November 16, 6:00-7:00 PM.


Space is limited.  Those wishing to take the local practice test are required to register in advance DIRECTLY with Princeton Review on the website at​ or by calling the Princeton Review at 504-826-8406.