In my state, we have two English tests that are practically the same. One is the North Carolina Final Exam (formerly called the MSL, formerly called the Common Exam) for freshmen, juniors, and seniors. The other is the End of Course for sophomores.
They are quite horrid tests, as I am sure you can relate to in whatever state you are in. It is more of a test of a student's ability to stay focused for two to three hours rather than an accurate measure of a student's reading comprehension.
I have two daily reading comprehension blogs for you. While one is labeled for the NCFE and the other for the EOC, they have the same type of questions and will fit most any reading comprehension tests.
The first is the Daily Dose of NCFE:
And the second is the Daily Dose of EOC:
They hit literary terms, vocabulary, author's purpose, inference, and basic plot understanding.
Currently, they each run for a semester and then recycle the questions. Next year they may be merged into one blog, since supposedly my state is doing away with the NCFE, which should mean I can pick from the best questions on both.
I have had great success on my state reading comprehension test scores. I've spent a lot of time understanding these beasts. I do have a free resource on my Teacher-Pay-Teachers store that helps you walk students through prepping for the test. I usually use it a week before the test. It gives students a way to stay focused longer during the test. I know you probably do not have a state test for your students this year with all the shut downs, but feel free to download and give it a look for next year. And if you like it, please leave a review for it. It helps me out a lot as a fledgling store owner.