A-List Practice Test Portal

Advanced ACT/SAT Test Assessment Technology

One of the most crucial elements for SAT/ACT improvement is practice. A-List’s Practice Test Portal allows you to print bubble sheets for diagnostic and practice exams and detailed score reports to provide in-depth analysis of both individual student and whole-class performance at a glance.

ACT/SAT Practice Tests

Reports & Analytics

    • Print, scan, and grade bubble sheets with just a printer, scanner, and internet connection
    • Instantly generate student reports to analyze student performance
    • Use real retired ACT/SAT tests for accurate scores
    • Group student data to view trends of whole class mastery
    • Assign supplementary quizzes online
    • Utilize data to steer instruction and address crucial topics

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How does it work?

The classroom package is an online content and practice test platform that allows educators to access Common Core and other standards aligned SAT/ACT resources for their classes, score practice tests, and generate comprehensive reports detailing their performance.

The A-List Practice Test Portal offers a wide array of flexible reporting in order to analyze your results in the way that makes sense for your school. It comes equipped with several standard reports for your ACT/SAT test data:

    • Student reports: individual reports to hand back to each student with a full account of their performance.
    • Summary reports: an overview of all scores for an entire class as well as their improvement from the earliest test.
    • Item Analysis reports: a question-by-question account of student responses, class performance by question type or state standard, as well as a list of questions for each type.
    • Standards and Mastery reports: a versatile query tool to show class-level performance on A-List question types or state standards according to a number of different factors. These reports can also track student performance by any demographic category you wish. When your roster is uploaded to the system, you can include additional data about your students in virtually any category you like (examples include: grade, age, gender, race, ELL, free/reduced lunch etc.).
We can offer more comprehensive and thorough consolidation of your scores reports. These reports carefully choose the most relevant reports from the above and add additional details to make a single consolidated document. This may include:

    • Question type performance according to your demographic categories
    • State standard performance according to your demographic categories
    • Final score improvement according to your demographic categories
    • Score improvement across multiple years
    • Definitions of question types

We can host a one hour webinar for a deep dive into your data–on a student, class, or school level.

Teachers and administrators will find our ACT/SAT data reports useful to steer instruction, drive score improvements, and customize ACT/SAT curriculum.


Success Stories

“I just wanted to share this news with you and to say thank you for what A-List is doing for our students. Our kids and teachers have benefited greatly from A-List’s exceptional ACT program. A new 11th grade student who enrolled in January 2017, has seen her ACT composite score improve eight (8) total points since being in our ACT Prep course (from an 18 to a 26). She improved four (4) points in February and four (4) more points in April. Additionally, MRAs graduating class ACT composite average eclipsed the 24+ threshold following the first year (2014-15) of implementing the ACT prep program offered by A-List. Since then our graduating class average has been above 24+. We had not attained this level of success once in the previous 10 years.”

-Greg Self, Principal
Madison Ridgeland Academy (MS)

“Creating bubble-sheets and scoring them is one of my favorite A-List offerings. The students love the immediate feedback, and the teachers appreciate the summarized data. We can look at a report and immediately see that a student is missing a greater number of geometry problems or they always miss explicit questions in the reading section.”

-Kimberly Van Uden
Jackson Preparatory Academy (MS)

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