Advantage Testing COVID-19 Response

Please check back routinely—we will continue to update this page with information detailing Advantage Testing’s response to the coronavirus outbreak and other important news and resources.


Our Manhattan office will begin regularly scheduled remotely proctored practice testing on April 4. See more details here.



  • The College Board has canceled the May SAT and all March SAT makeup tests. Students registered for these tests will receive a full refund.




AP Exams

  • APs will not be administered in person this year; free-response versions of the tests will be delivered at home and can be taken on any device (e.g., computer, tablet, or smartphone). The tests will be open book/open note.
  • Each AP subject will have two testing dates
    • First, from May 11 through May 22.
    • Makeups, from June 1 through June 5.
  • For this year only, the exams will be 45 minutes long. These exams will cover less content than the usual tests. To see what will be covered, view the course-specific exam information on this website
  • Students with accommodations such as extended time will still receive these accommodations.


IB Exams

  • May 2020 IB exams have been canceled
    • “Depending on what they registered for, the student will be awarded a Diploma or a Course Certificate which reflects their standard of work. This is based on student's coursework and the established assessment expertise, rigor and quality control already built into the programmes.”




Executive Assessment

  • Starting at the end of April, GMAC will offer interim online, at-home Executive Assessment testing.
    • “The test will be compatible with both Mac and PC, and will offer a comparable structure, time, and scoring as the exam delivered in the test centers.”



  • The GRE will be offering online, at-home testing for students in areas affected by COVID-19.
    • “As of April 2, 2020 the GRE General Test at home is now available everywhere that the computer-delivered GRE General Test is offered, with the exception of Mainland China and Iran.”
  • GRE testing has been postponed in many locations, including some U.S. testing centers. You can find more information here.
  • U.S. Prometric Testing Centers will be closed until at least April 16.
  • ETS will waive cancellation fees if students contact them by chat, phone (1-866-473-4373), or email ( Tests rescheduled via a student’s ETS account will incur rescheduling fees.
  • Students who take a test during this time will be allowed to bring a surgical face mask to the test center.


GRE Subject Tests

  • The April 4 GRE Subject Test administration has been canceled worldwide.



  • The March and April LSATs have been canceled worldwide.
  • LSAC will offer remotely proctored, at-home testing (the LSAT-Flex) for students who were registered for the April test.
    • The LSAT-Flex will include three 35-minute sections: Reading Comprehension, Logical Reasoning, and Analytical Reasoning.
      • The test will still be scored on a scale of 120 to 180.
      • Students must still separately complete the LSAT Writing.
    • The format will be the same as that offered on the official LSAT practice testing platform. 
    • Students with accommodations will still receive those accommodations.
  • LSAC may offer additional LSAT-Flex dates if more test administrations are impacted by COVID-19.
  • Students who registered for the March 2020 or April 2020 LSAT, and who also previously canceled an LSAT score, will have the chance to review and restore their canceled score. Over the next few days, LSAC will email students who meet these criteria with their canceled score. If students choose to restore their score, their files will be updated within 2–3 business days.





  • The TOEFL iBT will be offering online, at-home testing for students in areas affected by COVID-19.
    • “As of March 23, 2020 (at 13:00 UTC), the test is available in the United States, Canada, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Hong Kong (China) and Macau (China).”



  • All U.S. SSAT administrations have been suspended until further notice. More information is available on the SSAT website.



Please note that today’s White House order canceling standardized tests refers to benchmark testing, also known as “state” or “school” testing, that state public school systems administer each year to track performance.

Ongoing administration for standardized admissions and achievement tests such as the ACT, SAT, SAT Subject Tests, GMAT, GRE, MCAT, etc., continues to be determined independently by the relevant testing agencies. 

Please see the above information about Official Test Site Closings. As of March 20, most June tests have not yet been canceled.

In order to help ensure the wellbeing of all our students, their families, and every member of our group, all Advantage Testing tutoring and classroom instruction will take place remotely until further notice. We will continue to provide rigorous and effective one-on-one tutoring, semi-private tutoring, and classroom instruction online. 

Furthermore, until further notice, we will no longer be offering on-site practice testing. Students may contact their tutors or our administrative offices for information regarding in-home test administration, either proctored remotely or self-proctored.  

Please be assured that Advantage Testing will continue to provide full administrative support and services remotely. Should you need anything, just call the main office number and you will be connected with an administrator.