ACT, a non-profit organization most widely recognized for the college admissions testing program (ACT), also offers career planning services, and financial aid help to prospective college applicants. Use this site to register for the ACT online, obtain test dates and locations, find test center locations, get high school codes, and use the test preparation aids.
This College Board site is dedicated to helping students with the transition from high school to college. It is the ONLY place where the student can register for the SAT online and practice with actual test questions. A one stop shopping site, use it to search for suitable colleges, explore career options, learn about college costs, and discover financial aid options. The site is also a useful to for educators to use in advising their students of dates, deadlines, test requirements, and more.
Kaplan offers three options for helping to boost that all important score for which you may enroll online. There is a private tutoring option, a classroom option (for classroom instruction in nearby NJ locations), or the online option (where you can prepare from your own computer, at any time, and at your own pace). You may also use this site to prepare for the PSATs for entrance into private secondary schools.
The Princeton Review began 20 years ago offering SAT preparation for college bound students. Services have greatly expanded over the years. Users can search for schools, get test prep advice, apply to college online, and access college selection tools and more all at one convenient site.