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    Student note:  **CREATE AN E-MAIL ADDRESS FOR YOUR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP, TEST PREP, AND OTHER COLLEGE ADMISSION NEEDS SO YOU CAN KEEP IT ALL IN ONE PLACE!

     

    For more information and testing resources for parents and students,
    please reference the Knox County and Tennessee Department of Education Assessment webpages:
     

     
     
    Testing Prep Sites with FREE resources:

    Info about this site:

    A free online service, 4Tests provides study help for a wide variety of standardized tests. The site lists its top five most popular tests as the GED, the TOEFL, the SAT, the ACT and the NCLEX. In case you aren't familiar with these exams: The GED is a high school equivalency test, the TOEFL is an English proficiency exam, the SAT and ACT are college entrance tests, and the NCLEX is a professional nursing exam often required for nursing licensure. This diverse range of tests gives good insight into the diversity offered by this website.

    Full review & descriptions of 4Tests:  http://learn.org/articles/Online_Test_Prep_Resources_4Tests_Reviewed.html 

     

    https://www.number2.com/

    Info about this site:

    Number2 is a website that offers test prep help for three standardized tests – for high school students: the ACT, the SAT- and the GRE for graduate students. To use the site, you need to enroll in a specific program for one of these three tests, or for the vocabulary builder tutorial that is intended to help with standardized testing. It’s both safe and free to sign up and use the site.  When you sign up to get testing help with one of the three standardized tests, you are automatically enrolled in the vocabulary builder as well.

    Full review and descriptions of Number2:  http://learn.org/articles/Online_Test_Prep_Resources_Number2_Reviewed.html

     

    FREE Online Practice Test for ACT, PSAT, and SAT with score predictors:

    http://www.kaptest.com/

    Click on “All” on the bottom left portion of the screen.  Under the heading “College Admissions” you’ll notice the following listed:  ACT, PSAT, and SAT.  Click the heading of the test you’d like to practice.  Once you click on the test, on the bottom right portion of the screen, you should see: “Take our Free New Turbotest.”  Once you click this, it will ask for your name, email address, and zip code.  They will likely send you test prep information to your email address, and it’s safe to enter your information on this site. **CREATE AN E-MAIL ADDRESS FOR YOUR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP, TEST PREP, AND OTHER COLLEGE ADMISSION NEEDS SO YOU CAN KEEP IT ALL IN ONE PLACE.

    FREE Online PSAT Practice Test with Scoring and Answer Explanations:

    https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/psat-nmsqt-psat-10/practice/full-length-practice-test