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Test Prep Resources
The WHS Library has books with practice tests and answer keys that students may borrow. These books include practice for the MCAS, ACT, SAT, and SAT II Subject tests.
http://www.doe.mass.edu/mcas/testitems.html-access MCAS practice tests with answer keys
Most colleges require that prospective students take either the SAT, ACT, and/or SAT II Subject Tests. Find out which tests are required by the colleges in which you are interested.
You can register for the SAT online at the College Board website, www.collegeboard.com, which enables you to get your scores online, check back to review your scores later, and send copies to colleges. Pay attention to registration deadlines for the test(s) you plan to take. The website also has the current SAT calendar and a free full-length practice SAT test
More free SAT Prep:
www.freevocabulary.com 5000 vocabulary words that may be on SAT
www.Number2.com free SAT coaching
www.testu.com free coaching for SAT
SAT II Subject Tests
Visit http://www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/sat/about/SATII.html for more info.
ACT (The American College Testing)
www.actstudent.org - online registration, free comprehensive 80 page prep booklet for ACT, and booklet to help interpret scores.
http://www.number2.com - free ACT coaching
AP Exams Advanced Placement exams are taken in order to earn college credit in a particular course. AP tests are administered in early May and scored on a point system, 1-5. Obtaining a 3, 4 or 5 may earn you college credit at some colleges, but you will need to confirm this. Find out more at: www.collegeboard.com/student/testing/ap/about.html, where an AP booklet (available in Spanish also) can be downloaded.
|Last Updated: 10/23/13|