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Testing Options

CollegeSmartboard™ offers a number of testing options.  During your consultation appointment, you can discuss the options available and select the testing that is right for you. Only those with an invitation can take the test through us.  If you have received the invitation to take the test, you can click the appropriate button below to sign in.  For more information about the different types of tests available, please click to READ MORE

Testing Options and Links

If you have received an invitation to take a test, please click the appropriate button below to sign in and begin the test.

Student Paper Writing

SAT / ACT Test Prep

A one time purchase of the SAT or ACT prep lessons, stays with the student for years. Students can prepare for the ACT or SAT through self-paced, diagnostic based instructional videos. Guided by their own results, they can spend as little as fifteen minutes per day or as long as they want to self-study. Instructional videos help students learn concepts, get clarity, and practice over and over again to overcome their shortcomings.

Online Education

Psychometric Tests Login

Psychometric tests are a standard and scientific method used to measure individuals' mental capabilities and behavioral style. It helps students make informed decisions about their future study course. Young adults need help finding the path that is best suited to their needs. Choosing a career or college can be intimidating even for students who feel that they know what they want to pursue. Psychometric testing can help match aptitudes with career matches.


Diagnostic Testing Login

Diagnostic testing helps assess the students’ strengths in both the SAT and the ACT. The students take the diagnostic test, the results of which determine their strengths and weaknesses. This helps them strategize and set up a study path to prepare for the test that they then submit to colleges. 

We offer the diagnostic test and help review the results with the students. We can then help them set up a study plan for the “real” tests, based on the students’ college application timeline.

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