Online Test Prep

Many of our high school parents and students are asking for online resources that students may use at home to prepare for the SAT and ACT. Can you recommend a low or no-cost site we can post on our Counseling Center Web page? Check out Number2.com. This free site, which recently received a solid review
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Many of our high school parents and students are asking for online resources that students may use at home to prepare for the SAT and ACT. Can you recommend a low or no-cost site we can post on our Counseling Center Web page?

Check out Number2.com. This free site, which recently received a solid review from Consumer Reports Webwatch, offers tutorials, practice sessions, and vocabulary building exercises for the SAT, ACT, and GRE. In addition, parents, teachers, and counselors can access real time reports to monitor student progress.

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