plansrme Posted June 10, 2016 Share Posted June 10, 2016 My rising junior is going through PrepScholar's online test prep course, and they use this book for their practice tests. The students puts the answers in online, and the program times her, but the questions come from the hard copy of the book. Does anyone have any input on whether the practice test scores are accurate predictors of scores on the actual test? She has a baseline score from a test she took cold, with zero prep, but the score from the practice test was a full 5 points higher than that, and she is only half-way through the program. I will do a massive happy dance if she scores this on the actual test (and we're not talking 36s here--I have much more modest goals for this kid's ACT score), so I'm hoping you'll all chime in and say they're spot on. PrepScholar's score report says actual scores can vary as much as 3 points in either direction, but I would love to know how predictive the scores were for anyone else's student. Just wondering if I need to dust off my dancin' shoes. . .. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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