Here are some websites that may assist you with preparing for these college entrance and scholarship qualifying exams:
ACT Test Home Page - This link to the ACT organization gives current information about all the products ACT markets. It allows students to register for an ACT test, learn test-taking strategies to maximize ACT scores, see sample questions, read research and information available from ACT.
College Board Online Home Page - Students, parents, & counselors will find a comprehensive menu of information to aid in the transition to college. Includes EXPAN (for free) college, career & financial aid database.
Crash Course in Preparing for the SAT - Basic facts and test dates What your score means Math review and practice problems English SAT :vocabulary and homonyms
Kaplan - Test Prep on-line. Self tests plus many topics.
Kaplan - Another version of test prep on-line.
Number2.com - This truly free SAT pep site offers tutorials, practice sessions, a vocabulary builder and college planning information. The site was planned by university professors experienced in the area of test prep.
Practice Exams - Online practice from Barron's on the ACT, and PSAT.
Secrets of the SAT - PBS's Frontline has created a site that explores the role of the Scholastic Aptitude Tests and how they potentially affect students' academic futures. Besides investigating the test preparation industry and racial issues related to admissions policies, the site allows users to play the role of admissions officers.
TEST PREP.COM(tm) Home Page - Take the practice test you will receive when you register for the SAT and this site will help you diagnose your weak areas and provide skill building lessons for them.
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