Amidst test center closures, standardized exams have moved to online, at-home testing. This option can be great for students who otherwise wouldn’t be able to test during the coronavirus pandemic. But there will also be challenges.
What would an at-home ACT or SAT look like? How would these exams be proctored?
The ArborBridge Instruction team has put together a guide to online, at-home testing, which walks you through what we know and what to expect. Read the guide to find out key information on
- Test formats and tech requirements
- Proctoring and test security
- Pros and cons
Download the online, at-home testing guide for a more comprehensive overview of this new testing world. You'll find out which tests are currently offering at-home administrations, which tests plan to roll out at-home testing options in 2020 and beyond, the possibilities for proctoring at-home SAT and ACT exams, and the pros and cons of at-home testing.
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If you have specific questions or want a personalized plan, reach out to our experts here. We’re happy to help in any way we can.
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ArborBridge is the global leader in innovative, digital, one-on-one tutoring. With nearly a decade of experience teaching students online, ArborBridge supports students of all kinds: home schoolers, AP students, test preppers, and more. Our tutors specialize in creating personalized plans and in providing compassionate support for students and families.