Enter NOW for a chance to win a FREE Testing Timers Watch!

Real Watch Face[1]Testing Timers watches are made specifically for the ACT and SAT and approved by both College Board and ACT to be used in the actual test room. The watch has been proven by thousands of students and tutors nationwide to generate results and score increases by creating consistency, properly managing and saving time, and reducing test anxiety.

The watch breaks down each individual section of the test, giving the student both time remaining and a visual indicator of their current test location. The blinking part of the track represents the current location.

The watch was built out of need by Jordan Liss to bridge the gap between test preparation and real test taking. It is harmful for students to use tools, like iPhone timers, in test preparation because ultimately they cannot use them in the real test.

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In the diagram above, representing the ACT English section, the test taker is half way through the first passage. The track guides the student with proper time management to complete the test.

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  • Three lucky winners will be chosen at random
  • Giveaway is valid only through June 27, 2014
  • $44.95 value

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