Test Preparation

While you search for the right college, the first step is to make sure you've taken the necessary tests to get in once you've picked your school.  These resources will help you prep for those tests:

  • ACT - The official  ACT site provides free practice test questions and tips for you to help prepare for the ACT, as well as a test day checklist and descriptions of the different portions you’ll encounter on the test.

  • AP - AP Students not only has practice test questions for numerous AP subjects, it also provides important dates to keep in mind leading up to the test to help you have a successful testing experience.

  • Kaplan Test Prep - Kaplan Test Prep offers you free practice tests for the SAT, ACT, and PSAT all in one place!

  • SAT - The College Board SAT Practice site provides you with free SAT practice tests and tutorials, study plans, tips, and the latest information on the test’s design and scoring.


Are you thinking of going to college to further your education and career paths?  Try out a few of these resources for finding the college or university that's right for you:

  • The College Board: College Search
    The College Board maintains an interactive search feature that provides you with various simple and quick ways to search for the perfect college for you.

  • Princeton Review: Colleges
    Whether you’re looking for a school based on factors like happiest students, party schools, by major or state, Princeton Review has many ways for you to do a college search.

  • US News: College Rankings
    U.S. News provides you with yearly rankings of the nation’s best colleges as well as tips on how you can pay for school.         


College is expensive.  Try these resources to find some help: