Practice Exams


All new students are able to take up to two diagnostic practice exams for free. A diagnostic practice exam includes a full-length, timed test of a previously administered exam by a proctor. Students and parents will receive their cumulative score, section scores, and full diagnostic report within 3 business days following the exam.
In-Person practice exams take place at Curvebreakers in Garden City at 310 Old Country Road in Suite 101 every Saturday and Sunday. The testing room can seat up to approximately 15 students for practice tests. 
Virtual practice exams are held via Zoom every Saturday and Sunday. A proctor leads students through the timed sections of the exam. After registering, students will receive the Zoom Meeting Link and additional instructions how to prepare their testing materials and submit their answer sheet for grading.
Extended time students are welcome to sit for practice exams at 9 AM on both Saturdays and Sundays. Space permitting, extended time students will be seated in a separate tutoring room for less distractions. If your student receives other testing accomodations, please let us know and we will do our best to make sure you student feels comfortable taking a test at our facility. 


  1. Book your exam here.
  2. Select the date and time you'd like to take your exam.
  3. Choose which exam you'd like to sit for from the available options. 
  4. Enter all the information into the booking form. You will receive an email confirmation with the details about your practice test.


  • Digital, adaptive SAT
  • ACT
  • AP Exams*
  • Regents Exams*
  • LSAT
  • SSAT

*Call the office at (516) 728-1561 to confirm your AP or Regents subject is available for a full-length practice test.

Diagnostic score reports are available for SAT, digital SAT, and ACT only, which include section and cumulative scores as well as a data analysis about the test performance. For all other tests, students will receive section and cumulative scores only.