PROPERTY AND CASUALTY PRACTICE TEST REVIEW

The Property Casualty Test accredits licensed insurance agents to sell property and casualty insurance. Property and casualty insurance is sold to businesses and individuals to cover worker’s compensation; employee benefit payouts; and financial losses from events such as fires, floods, and accidents. Candidates are given four hours to complete the Property Casualty Exam, which is … Read more

Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam Review

The Wonderlic Scholastic Level Exam (SLE) and SLE-Quicktest (SLE-Q) were designed to assess students’ cognitive ability and aptitude for success in educational programs. The SLE and SLE-Q have been broadly recognized as the best predictors of academic success. As such, the SLE and SLE-Q are often used in student admissions for a multitude of educational … Read more

OAE Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Early Childhood Review

The Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Early Childhood (PK-3) exam is intended for prospective educators seeking initial teacher licensure in early childhood grades (PreK-3). The Assessment of Professional Knowledge: Early Childhood exam is a test of pedagogy and was designed in accordance with specific competencies agreed upon by the State Board … Read more

CCT Test Review

In order to become a certified cardiographic technician (CCT) you will first need to take and successfully pass the CCT exam. This test is designed to measure your command of essential, on the job skills and knowledge relating to all of the tasks that a CCT performs. It’s a rigorous, content-driven test that will require … Read more

Certified Ostomy Care Nurse (COCN®) Test Review

The Certified Ostomy Care Nurse is a licensed Registered Nurse who has completed certification by the Wound, Ostomy, and Continence Nursing Certification Board (WOCNCB) and, additionally, successfully passed the exam enabling them to use the title of Certified Continence Care Nurse. The specialized certification provides the extra training necessary to adequately care for and treat … Read more

Certified Neuroscience RN (CNRN) Exam Review

The Certified Neuroscience RN certification provides recognition for a level of excellence in nursing care for the patient with a neurological condition. These Registered Nurses work with neurosurgical patients throughout all phases of their treatment, in spinal cord injury centers, and with patients who suffer from chronic neurological disorders. In order to take the Certified … Read more

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) Exam Review

The Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist is a certified and registered role. Specialized education programs are established across the country to provide the extra training necessary to be a Nurse Anesthetist. The Nurse Anesthetist is responsible for thorough preoperative and postoperative assessment of the patient who is receiving some form of anesthesia. They work in close … Read more

Pediatric Nurse Exam Review

The Pediatric Nurse is a specialized Registered Nurse who provides care to pediatric patients. This includes performing nursing assessments, medication and treatment interventions, and education of the patient and the family. In order to take the Certified Pediatric Nurse Exam, the applicant must be a licensed Registered Nurse. The Certified Pediatric Nurse Exam is offered … Read more

Critical Care Nurse Specialist (CCNS) Exam Review

The Critical Care Nurse Specialist is a relatively new certification that enables Clinical Nurse Specialists to care for acutely or critically ill patients. This certification shows that the Clinical Nurse Specialist has received additional training and is certified in this field of care for both adult and pediatric patients. In order to be eligible to … Read more

WEST-B Test Review

Reading, writing, and math: Those are the three pillars of education that lead to success in other subjects. Educators in Washington who want to teach in these areas must take the Washington Educator’s Skills Test West B Reading, Writing and Math exam. The content categories may be self-explanatory, but there are other facets of the … Read more

USPAP Licensed Residential Appraiser Exam Review

The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice (USPAP) Licensed Residential Appraiser Exam is a licensure examination designed by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) and administered by a variety of administrators throughout the United States that is used to determine whether or not an individual has the knowledge necessary to appraise residential properties with certain restrictions. … Read more

USPAP Certified Residential Appraiser Exam Review

The Uniform Standards of Professional Appraiser Practice (USPAP) Certified Residential Appraiser Exam is a certification examination designed by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) and administered by a variety of administrators throughout the United States that is used to determine whether or not an individual has the knowledge necessary to appraise residential properties with certain restrictions. … Read more

USMLE Step 1 Test Review

Step One of the United States Medical Licensing Examination measures the candidate’s ability to apply scientific knowledge to the practice of medicine. This examination is sponsored by the Federation of State Medical Boards and the National Board of Medical Examiners. Questions are created by committees of experts in each of the content areas. These content … Read more

Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner – Adult/Adolescent (SANE-A) Exam Review

The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner – Adult/Adolescent certification indicates a higher level of training and specialization for those nurses who work with adult and adolescent patients who have been involved in a sexual assault. These nurses are frequently employed by hospital emergency rooms and specialty practices that treat this special patient population. In order to … Read more

Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse Test Review

The Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse exam (NICNE) is a standardized test provided by the National Certification Corporation (NCC), intended to qualify those with the aptitude and knowledge necessary to practice as neonatal nurses in hospitals’ intensive care units. Certification through the NICNE can be a critical step in professional development and is meant to validate … Read more

NBCSN Exam Review

The School Nurse certification indicates specialization in the care of school-age patients with an emphasis on nursing care and interventions of those specific problems which affect this population. School Nurses are employed by school districts to provide nursing care and medication administration within the elementary and secondary schools, as well as at the collegiate level. … Read more

Certified Wound and Ostomy Care Nurse (CWOCN®) Exam Review

The Certified Wound and Ostomy Care Nurse certification indicates specialization in the area of managing and treating patients with an ostomy and the management and prevention of wounds. This specialization focuses on those patients with chronic disease processes that may require an ostomy along with the prevention of potential wound complications. In order to be … Read more

Certified Wound Care Nurse (CWCN®) Exam Review

The Certified Wound Care Nurse certification indicates specialization in the area of managing and treating patients with various types of wounds. This includes the treatment of wounds that may occur due to chronic disease processes. The Certified Wound Care Nurse exam is offered quarterly at various testing centers across the United States. The fee to … Read more

Certified Registered Nurse Infusion (CRNI) Test Review

The Certified Registered Nurse Infusion certification indicates the nurse has achieved a specialized level of practice in providing infusion therapy to patients. Infusion Nurses work in collaboration with many specialists to appropriately and safely administer intravenous medications to patients suffering from a broad spectrum of illnesses. In order to take the Certified Registered Nurse Infusion … Read more

COHN Exam Review

The American Board for Occupational Health Nurses (ABOHN) offers certification so that individuals may prove their professional knowledge and expertise. According to this board, individuals who receive certification have demonstrated a commitment to professional excellence. The two exams used for certification are a Certified Occupational Health Nurse (COHN) and Certified Occupational Health Nurse Specialist (COHN-S) … Read more

Certified Gastroenterology RN (CGRN) Exam Review

A Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurse has undergone the extra education and has completed the certification process that enables them to bear this title. This certification enables the RN to better care for the patient being treated for a gastroenterological disorder. In order to become a Certified Gastroenterology Registered Nurse, the applicant must be a licensed … Read more

Case Management Nurse Exam Review

The Nursing Case Management certification indicates a higher level of specialization in the field of case management to help facilitate patient care in an effective manner. Nursing Case Managers work closely with patients and the healthcare team in order to expedite and ensure efficient care of the patient. Nursing Case Managers are employed in hospitals, … Read more

Multistate Bar Exam Review

The Multistate Bar Exam (MBE) is an exam that has been developed by the National Conference of Bar Examiners (NCBE). This exam is used by a number of jurisdictions as part of their own testing of candidates to determine if they are competent to practice law in that jurisdiction. A listing of the jurisdictions that … Read more

ABIM Review

The American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) offers certification in the subspecialty of Gastroenterology. There are a number of requirements before certification can be earned, including being previously certified in Internal Medicine by ABIM, demonstrating clinical competence, and owning a valid and unrestricted license to practice medicine. The certificate earned by those who pass the … Read more

Property and Casualty Test Breakdown

The property and casualty exam breakdowns can be found on the Prometric website. You should always download the property and casualty test breakdown to your computer and study the test. Don’t take this exam without any preparation. Property and Casualty Insurance Exam Course Review Each state is slightly different, but all of the main concepts … Read more

PERT Writing Practice Test

The PERT Writing practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the PERT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Writing portion of the PERT. The Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) is a placement test used by the state of Florida to … Read more

PERT Reading Practice Test

The state of Florida uses the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) to assess a student’s preparedness for collegiate study in the state of Florida. The PERT consists of three assessments – mathematics, reading, and writing – and is used to determine appropriate class placement in college courses. Should I take the PERT? Florida requires all … Read more

PERT Math Practice Test

The state of Florida uses the Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT) to assess a student’s preparedness for collegiate study in the state of Florida. The PERT consists of three assessments – mathematics, reading, and writing – and is used to determine appropriate class placement in college courses.

Psychiatric & Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Test Review

Are you a registered nurse who has an interest in diagnosing psychiatric disorders in patients? If so, you’ll need to take the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certification in order to meet your goals. Getting there will require lots of study, and you’ll need strong study tools like those provided by Mometrix, a leader in creating … Read more

Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Exam Review

The Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner certification is available to those Nurse Practitioners who practice in acute or primary care. The Pediatric Primary Care Nurse Practitioner specializes in assessing, diagnosing, and treating pediatric patients with acute or chronic pediatric diseases as well as seeing children for well-child visits and other common concerns. In order to … Read more

FSOT World History and Geography Review

  FSOT World History and Geography – Answer Key 1. A. The U.N. headquarters was built in 1946 on 18 acres of land in New York City, donated to the organization by John D. Rockefeller. The land is considered international property. 2. B. Mercantilism led to wide-spread exploration and colonization around the world in pursuit … Read more

FSOT U.S. Government Review

FSOT U.S. Government – Answer Key 1. A. Based on the 25th Amendment and several acts of Congress, the current chain of succession for the Presidency goes from Vice President to Speaker of the House to President pro tempore of the Senate to the Cabinet Secretaries in the order in which their departments were created. … Read more

FSOT Management Review

FSOT Management – Answer Key 1. B. Upward feedback is a reverse appraisal process where subordinates evaluate managers, often providing insight into ways to improve management effectiveness and make policy change. 2. D Both laws prohibit discrimination based on disability. The Rehabilitation Act is specific to hiring by the Federal government. The ADA applies to … Read more

FSOT Economics Practice Review

FSOT Economics – Answer Key 1. A. Laissez-faire comes from French “to let be”, and generally implies no government interference in a capitalist or free market system. 2. B. Positive economics or descriptive economics examines data that can be verified or proven. 3. A. Opportunity cost might be considered the second best choice for using … Read more

NCBTMB Practice Test Review

If you’re interested in becoming a professional massage therapist, or you’re looking at a career in another form of bodywork, or both, then it’s imperative that you take and pass either the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork (NCBTMB) exam, or the National Certification Examination for Therapeutic Massage (NCETM) exam. The certification that … Read more

Cardiac Medicine Certification (CMC) Exam Review

Cardiac Medicine Certification is a subspecialty offered by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. It offers the Registered Nurse certification and specialization to practice in any setting in which there will be patients requiring specialized cardiac care. This can include an ICU or CCU ward, an Interventional Cardiology practice, a heart failure ward, and … Read more

AIDS Certified Registered Nurse (ACRN) Test Review

The AIDS Certified Registered Nurse certification indicates specialization and a higher level of training in providing nursing care to those patients with AIDS. This includes addressing the whole patient in respect to not just the physical symptoms of the disease, but also the psychosocial issues that may accompany this. AIDS Certified Registered Nurses are employed … Read more

Child Life Exam Review

The Certified Child Life Specialist (CCLS) exam is intended to test candidates to ensure that they have achieved a certain standard of knowledge and ability. The Child Life test can result in pay increases for many candidates as employers view this certification as a commitment to excellent child care. A Child Life Specialist is trained … Read more

MCAT Practice Test Review

The Medical College Admission Exam (MCAT) is widely considered to be one of the most difficult academic tests in existence. It is the official test a person must pass in order to be admitted to a school of medicine in the United States. Some medical colleges in Canada also use the exam. Developed and overseen … Read more

CTEL Practice Exam Review

The California Teacher of English Learners (CTEL) exam was designed by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC), in conjunction with the Pearson Evaluation Systems Group and the English Learner Instruction Design Team (ELIDT). The CTEL was designed with specific knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) in mind, and implemented with the goal of assessing English … Read more

MTEL Practice Test Review

The Massachusetts Tests for Educator Licensure (MTEL) are administered to individuals seeking professional accreditation in the state of Massachusetts. Anyone seeking employment as a teacher, teaching assistant, or other educator is required to pass one or more MTEL assessments. These examinations are aligned with the Massachusetts Vocational Technical Education Regulations, Massachusetts licensure regulations, and the … Read more

AFOQT PRACTICE EXAM REVIEW

Who takes the AFOQT? The Air Force Officer Qualifying Test, or AFOQT, is a qualifying exam designed to be taken by applicants seeking entrance into officer commissioning programs, such as Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (Air Force ROTC), or Officer Training School (OTS). Professional Officer Course (POC) cadets are also required to take the … Read more

UNOFFICIAL TEAS® TEST REVIEW

Everyone learns information and prepares for the test in different ways. Most people will use a ATI TEAS 6 Test Study Guide as their basic method of TEAS test preparation. Others may use a set of TEAS Prep Course to help them prepare on a more in-depth basis for their test. However, regardless of your … Read more

PTCB PRACTICE TEST REVIEW

The Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) tests knowledge needed to successfully perform the work of pharmacy technicians. The exam is administered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB) and is required to achieve certification by the PTCB. The PTCB reports that the passing rate of the PTCE is 75 percent. To be eligible for certification … Read more

CERTIFIED CASE MANAGER (CCM) EXAM REVIEW

The Board-Certified Case Manager (CCM) exam is given as a way of measuring an individual’s basic knowledge of case management. Passing the CCM exam shows that you have the necessary knowledge and professionalism to succeed as a case manager. The CCM certification is the first nationally accredited case manager credential. Earning your case manager credential … Read more

Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam Review

The Alcohol and Drug Counselor Exam (ADC) is an important credential for anyone working in addiction services. The exam is produced by the International Certification and Reciprocity Consortium (IC&RC) and its member boards and administered by Iso-Quality Testing, Inc. The exam’s 150 multiple-choice questions seek to identify whether you have sufficient knowledge and skills to … Read more

SAT PRACTICE TEST REVIEW

The SAT test, also known as the SAT Reasoning Test, is used in the application process to colleges and universities in the United States. The test measures critical thinking skills and the ability to analyze and solve problems, and is often thought of as a measure of future college success. The SAT test is administered … Read more

Certified Arborist Exam Review

For those who want to become a certified arborist, the International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Certification is a worthwhile step. According to the ISA, the objectives of the Certification Program to get their arborist certification include: to improve the technical competency of personnel in the tree care industry to create an incentive program for those … Read more

GED PRACTICE TEST REVIEW

Preparing for your upcoming GED test can be a difficult challenge. There are a lot of different options to use in preparing, including a GED Test Study Guide or a set of GED Test Flashcards that can be worked through. The important thing is to get a study aid that fits with your style of … Read more

HiSET Practice Test Review

You may have heard of the new HiSET, or High School Equivalency Test, and have some questions about it. That’s perfectly understandable, because if you didn’t graduate from high school, the HiSET could be your key to a great future. Having a high school diploma or the equivalent is extremely important in modern America, as … Read more

Wonderlic Practice Test Review

A variety of approaches can be helpful for your test, including a Wonderlic Test Study Guide. Another helpful resource are Wonderlic Test Flashcards for students who prefer to study in bite-sized pieces. Preparation is your responsibility. For over 80 years, Wonderlic has been offering a wide variety of tests and surveys that test cognitive ability, … Read more

SHRM CP Practice Exam Review

The Society for Human Resource Management Certified Professional (SHRM CP) is a computer-based exam designed to test the knowledge and skills of HR professionals based on a set of guidelines as defined by the SHRM Body of Competency and Knowledge™. The SHRM BoCK™ is the result of a program of research that led to the … Read more

Certified Paralegal (CLA) Legal Assistant (CP) Exam

The Certified Paralegal (or Certified Legal Assistant) exam is an important step in your career as a paralegal. With this certification, you can make yourself a more competitive candidate for job openings and position yourself to potentially earn a higher salary. With that said, it is a rigorous and highly demanding exam that will require … Read more

AEPA Special Education: Early Childhood (23)

The AEPA (Arizona Educator Proficiency Assessments) has designed the Special Education: Early Childhood exam specifically to measure a candidate’s command of the education standards established by the state of Arizona for young children with special learning needs. You will need to take and pass this exam as part of the qualification process to become certified … Read more

National Board Certification Generalist Early Childhood Exam

The Early Childhood Generalist Certification Exam is a rigorous test offered by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). It covers the best practices, curriculum, instruction strategies, and assessment methods for teachers of children from ages three to eight. While it’s not mandatory, achieving this certification is a great way to demonstrate your expertise … Read more

OAE Early Childhood Education Exam

To qualify for an initial license to teach Early Childhood classes in Ohio, aspiring teachers must pass the Early Childhood (PK-3) (012) test.  The OAE (012) is a three-hour, computer-based exam with 150 multiple-choice questions over  classroom management, learning theories, instructional techniques, professional practices, and pedagogy.    You can find further information about Ohio licensure … Read more

National Board Certification: Middle Childhood/Generalist Exam

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) designed the Middle Childhood/Generalist exam for credentialed teachers who wish to demonstrate their dedication to teaching excellence in middle grades education and earn National Board Certification, the highest certification for teachers in the United States. Teachers who sit for the Middle Childhood/Generalist exam are familiar with a … Read more

NYSTCE Multi Subject 7 12 Study Guide

Before you can begin teaching in the state of New York, you will first need to pass a set of New York State Teacher Certification Exams (NYSTCE) that measure your command not only of the subject you want to teach but also how to most effectively teach it. The NYSTCE Multiple Subjects 7-12 is one … Read more

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) exam

The International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) exam is designed to test the knowledge of those who wish to become certified lactation consultants, per the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBLCE). Test takers must demonstrate specific knowledge and clinical aptitude for breastfeeding and lactation consultations, proving that they can provide competent and evidence-based care … Read more

Low Risk Neonatal Nursing Exam

The birth of a baby is always a joyous time for a family. There’s nothing like bringing a new life into the world. Through the pregnancy and birthing process, mom and baby need a certified, trained professional to help them both through these early stages of life. That’s where neonatal nurses come in. These specialists … Read more

ATI TEAS 6 Science Practice Test

The free ATI TEAS 6 Science practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the TEAS and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Science portion of the TEAS. The Science portion will consist of 47 multiple-choice questions can address three main topics. … Read more

ATI TEAS 6 English Practice Test

The free ATI TEAS 6 English and Language Usage practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the TEAS and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the English and Language Usage portion of the TEAS. If you are looking for a full TEAS … Read more

ATI TEAS 6 Math Practice Test

The free ATI TEAS 6 Math practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the TEAS and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Mathematics portion of the TEAS. The Math portion will consist of around 36 multiple-choice questions that address two main … Read more

STAAR English I Practice Test Questions

English I Answer Key 1. Answer: B B is the best choice because, in paragraph 2, “dominates” means “takes over.” A, C, and D are not the best choices in paragraph 2, because “dominates” does not mean “diminishes,” “destroys,” or “bosses around.” 2.Answer: C C is the best choice because paragraph 5 clearly shows Anthony’s … Read more

STAAR Algebra 1 Practice Test Questions

Algebra 1 Answer Key 1. Answer: B The equation describes a functional relationship between x and f(x). To solve the equation, substitute 10 as the value of x, such that f(10)=5(10)+10=50+10=60. 2. Answer: C Let = the number of girls in Mr. Robinson’s class. The ratio of boys to girls is 4:1. So for every … Read more

STAAR Grade 8 Reading Practice Questions

Grade 8 Reading Answer Key 1. Answer: C  The correct answer is C because paragraph 2 says, “This new trouble concerns the building of the Nicaragua Canal.” Choice A is incorrect because paragraph 5 says that people are looking for a way to avoid going around Cape Horn; sailors would be happy for a canal. … Read more

STAAR Grade 7 Reading Practice Test Questions

Grade 7 Reading Answer Key 1. Answer: C  The author assumes that audiences will hope the lovers can be saved. This is not a fact. Choices A, B, and D are all facts that are supported by information in the play. 2. Answer: B  Paragraph 2 explains all of the information that is in the … Read more

STAAR Grade 6 Reading Practice Test Questions

Grade 6 Reading Answer Key 1. Answer: B  B is the best choice because it offers the best definition of test anxiety according to the article. A, C, and D are not the best choices because they do not give accurate definitions of test anxiety according to the article. 2. Answer: A  A is the … Read more

STAAR Grade 5 Reading Practice Test Questions

Grade 5 Reading Answer Key 1. Answer: D  The main objective of these paragraphs is to describe Manolo’s and Barry’s neighborhood. 2. Answer: A  The strange thing about the name of Barry’s and Manolo’s neighborhood is that there are no Cypress trees and the land is flat. 3. Answer: A  Barry and Manolo like living … Read more

STAAR Grade 4 Writing Practice Test Questions

Grade 4 Writing Answer Key 1. Answer:  Here is a well written and effective writing sample: The best gift I ever received was my puppy, Bear. It was a snowy Christmas morning, and all the presents had been opened. Then my parents brought out one more box. It was moving and whining. They gave it … Read more

Grade 4 Reading Practice Test Questions

Grade 4 Reading Answer Key 1. Answer: C  is the best choice: In paragraph 3 Joe tells Keith that he can’t go skateboarding because he has a tournament to attend. A, B, and D are not the best choices because they are not true statements according to the story. 2. Answer: B  B is the … Read more

STAAR Grade 3 Reading Practice Test Questions

Grade 3 Reading Answer Key 1.Answer A  “Snacks Made Easy” is the title of the story. “Cheese Crackers” is the name of the recipe, and “By Martha Gold” tells who wrote the story. 2. Answer: C  Mika’s mother said she had a new recipe that she wanted to try. 3. Answer: B  The items needed … Read more

Praxis II Technology Education (5051) Practice Test

The Praxis II Technology Education exam is a required part of the certification process for candidates seeking to become a middle or high school teacher. It covers a range of relevant knowledge and capabilities necessary to effectively teach students a technology curriculum. Where Can I Take the Praxis II Technology Education Exam? The exam is … Read more

Praxis II Physical Education (5091) Practice Test

The Praxis II Physical Education: Content Knowledge Exam is used to assess a test taker’s understanding of the knowledge and skills essential for a career in physical education. Candidates usually take this test shortly after (or right before) completing their bachelor’s degree in physical education, exercise science, or a similar field. How Should I Prepare … Read more

Praxis II Music: Content Knowledge (5113) Practice Test

Those who are interested in a career in music education at any grade level will need to take the Praxis II Music Content Knowledge Exam as part of the licensing and certification process. The test will measure a candidate’s competency and skills in music history, literature, theory, practice, and instruction. When Can I Register for … Read more

Praxis II Middle Grade Social Studies (5089) Practice Test

As part of the certification process for becoming a middle school teacher of social studies, many states require candidates to first take and successfully pass the Praxis II Middle School: Social Studies exam. This exam will measure your understanding of United States history, world history, government and civics, geography, and economics. What Will I Be … Read more

Praxis II Library and Media (5311) Practice Test

In many states, educators seeking certification as K-12 library media specialists take the Praxis II 5311 test. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) offers the Praxis 5311 exam to candidates who meet the educational requirements for public school librarians in their state.  Does your state require the 5311 Library Media Specialist Exam? Ask your college adviser.  … Read more

Praxis II Fundemental Subjects: Content Knowledge Practice Test

Who takes the Praxis II Fundamental Subjects/Content Knowledge (5511) exam? States vary in their credentialing and hiring standards for alternative learning teachers.  Many states require their special education instructors to take the Praxis II Fundamental Subjects exam to demonstrate their knowledge in four core K-12 subject areas: language arts, mathematics, and the social and natural … Read more

Praxis II Elementary Education: Content Knowledge Practice Test (5018)

The Praxis II Elementary Education Content Knowledge exam is used as part of the accreditation process for becoming a teacher. It covers the four core subjects fundamental to every child’s education. Most candidates take this test shortly before or after completing their undergraduate education. When Should I Register for the Exam? The test is offered … Read more

TExES School Counselor (152) Practice Test

There are so many critical links in the education system. School counselors are one of those links. They advocate for students, develop programs to meet their guidance and counseling needs, and understands how a diverse learning environment impacts the students. And those are just a few of the duties. To hold this role in Texas, … Read more

TExES Life Science 7-12 (238) Practice Test

Life Sciences is a fascinating subject. Cell science, the evolution of life, and science history are just a few of the topics educators teach students. In Texas, the TExES Life Science 7-12 (238) exam measures teacher skills in the Life Sciences area and ensures they’re qualified to teach the subject in grades 7-12. How many … Read more

TExES English Language Arts and Reading 7-12 (231) Practice Test

Earning your teaching certificate comes with years’ worth of studying to gain the proper credentials. The goal of this test is to ensure every incoming teacher planning to work in the state of Texas possesses the skills and knowledge required to thoroughly meet the educational needs of their future students. Like most teaching exams, the … Read more

Mathematics: Number and Quantity Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. D: Use two properties of exponents: bx– by=bx+y and (bx)y. That is, the exponent on a base is the sum of the powers in a product (if the bases are the same), and the resulting power when an exponent is raised to a power is the product of the two exponents. Begin by … Read more

Mathematics: Geometry Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. B: Parallel lines are two distinct lines in the same plane that do not intersect. Answer A is the definition of perpendicular lines. Answer C is the definition of opposite rays, which form a line. Answer D is the definition of an angle. 2. D: A transformation is described as a function that … Read more

Mathematics: Algebra Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. A: A coefficient is the number in front of any term containing a variable or variables. In this case, 6 is the coefficient of 6×2. If -9 were distributed across(x-4)the given binomial, -9 would be the coefficient of-9x. However, Choice B is the positive integer, 9. The other two choices represent constants … Read more

Grade 5 English Language Arts Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. C: Alice hears the rabbit talk, which is something rabbits cannot do. But she did not “think it so very much out of the way.” This means she did not think it was very strange. 2. D: Choice D shows what happens through the whole passage. Choice A shows what happens … Read more

Grade 4 English Language Arts Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. B: The Land of Oz. The Witch of the North refers to “this Land of Oz” and the great desert that surrounds it. The exact quote is: “‘The North is my home,’ said the old lady, ‘and at its edge is the same great desert that surrounds this Land of Oz. I’m … Read more

Grade 1 English Language Arts Practice Questions

Answers and Explanations 1. A: Julie’s brother is telling this story. She calls her brother “Bill” during the story. This shows that Bill is telling the story. 2. D: Look back at the story to remember its details. The second sentence is “We got there right before noon.” 3. B: Julie and her brother have … Read more

SSAT Quantitative Practice Test

The free SSAT Quantitative practice test is specifically designed to ensure that the test-taker is knowledgeable about the SSAT and is able to know what to expect when it is time to take the Quantitative portion of the SSAT. The Quantitative portion will consist of 50 multiple-choice questions that will address four main topics. These … Read more

SBAC Grade 5 Math Practice Test Questions

Answers 1. C: The largest multiple of 12 less than 151 is 144. This means there are eggs left over. 2. .375, .71, .85: .3×1.25=.375 1.22-.85+.34=.37+.34=.71 (.22+1.48)×.5=(1.7)×.5=..85 3. B: One property of parallelograms is that the opposite sides are parallel. This means QS?RT. 4. B: There are 36 out of 100 yellow cars in the sample. … Read more

PSB-PN Practice Test

The Psychological Services Bureau (PSB) Aptitude for Practical Nursing exam is a standardized test based on the needs of educational institutions that train skilled and proficient vocational nurses. Scores on the PSB Practical Nursing exam are relied upon by these institutions as indicators of whether or not a given prospective student has a good chance … Read more

PMP Practice Test

In order to become certified as a Project Management Professional, one must pass the Project Management Professional (PMP) exam developed by the Project Management Institute (PMI). This exam is designed to guarantee that certified individuals will have the knowledge and skills to appropriately apply project management methodology to any project with reasonably well-defined project requirements … Read more

Phlebotomy Practice Test

If you don’t need to go through our Phlebotomy online course, click here for basic information about the Phlebotomy Certification Organizations The Phlebotomy Exam is the tool used to certify a qualified applicant seeking a profession as a phlebotomy tech. Most hospitals and other employers require phlebotomy technologists with the CPT credential, as it indicates proven … Read more

ParaPro Online Course

The ParaPro Assessment is a Praxis exam designed for practicing and prospective paraprofessionals in the field of education. The ParaPro Assessment measures test-takers’ knowledge and skills in basic content areas, such as reading, writing, and mathematics. The aim of the ParaPro Assessment is to ensure paraprofessionals possess the requisite skills and knowledge to perform well … Read more

Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) Overview

The Ohio Assessments for Educators (OAE) provides an initial licensure program for candidates who want entry-level educator licensure or want to obtain a new educator licensure credential in Ohio. It is meant to determine the relevant content and professional knowledge for prospective educators in the state and the exams within the OAE are aligned with … Read more

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Practice Test

A newborn who needs immediate emergency medical care will be cared for by trained nursing professionals. These Neonatal Nurse Practitioners work in neonatal intensive care units and help ensure these babies receive the treatment they need. But to work in this field, these professionals must pass the Neonatal Nurse Practitioner Exam. The exam, administered by … Read more

NAPLEX Practice Test

The North American Pharmacy Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) is not given very often, it takes years of expensive schooling to qualify for, and the testing fee is around $500 every time a person takes it. For all these reasons, and many more, it is imperative that you be fully prepared for the exam so that you … Read more

MPRE Exam Overview

Three times throughout every year, law students cram and prep for The Multi-State Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE). This standard, mandatory exam is used to see how acquainted law students are with rules and how well they comprehend building standards for themselves in the professional practice of law, but doesn’t test on their equitable values. In … Read more

MBLEx Practice Test

The Massage and Bodywork Licensing Examination (MBLEx) is one of two national tests that certify the massage therapist to operate in all fifty states. The advantage of MBLEx certification is that the certificate follows the therapist across state lines, eliminating the need for separate state certifications. The Massage & Bodywork Licensing Examination has 100 multiple-choice … Read more

Legal Nurse Consultant Certification (LNCC) Practice Test

The Legal Nurse Consultant Certification specialization enables nurses to function in a legal capacity performing chart reviews and working in quality assurance for health care organizations. The nurse with the Legal Nurse Consultant Certification is frequently employed to engage in medical-legal activities. In order to take the Legal Nurse Consultant Certification exam, the applicant must … Read more

GRE® Subject Matter Test in Literature in English

Completing the GRE® Subject Matter Test in Literature in English will help the prospective graduate student showcase his or her knowledge and expertise in English Literature. All GRE Subject Matter Tests are accepted at most colleges and universities and offer additional standardized information about the applicant. While a Subject Matter Test may not necessarily be … Read more

Esthetician Exam Practice Test

To become a licensed esthetician, you will first need to pass the National Esthetics Theory exam. The exam is designed to measure your understanding of the scientific concepts, skin care, and services that are fundamental to your career in this field. It is a rigorous exam but an important step toward becoming a licensed professional. … Read more

DAT Test Breakdown

In order to be admitted to dental school, an individual must do well on the Dental Admission Test (DAT). This exam was developed by the American Dental Association to measure academic ability, understanding of scientific information, and perceptual ability. In order to sit for the exam, individuals must have completed at least one year of … Read more

Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant (CRNFA) Practice Test

The Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant certification provides the Registered Nurse with the specialized credentials that indicate specific training has been completed to care for surgical patients. The Certified Registered Nurse First Assistant certification is recommended for RNs who assist in surgical procedures, as well as perform pre- and postoperative assessments. In order to take … Read more

CPIM Execution and Control of Operations Test

CPIM Operations Exam – Certified in Production and Inventory Management “Execution and Control of Operations” Exam: The CPIM Execution and Control of Operations Exam is the fourth of five exams created by the Association for Operations Management, also known as APICS, that are administered by Promissor and are required in order for an individual to … Read more

CPIM Detailed Scheduling and Planning Practice Test

CPIM Detailed Scheduling Exam – Certified in Production and Inventory Management “Detailed Scheduling and Planning” Exam: The CPIM Detailed Scheduling and Planning Exam is the third of five exams created by the Association for Operations Management, also known as APICS, that are administered by Promissor and are required in order for an individual to receive … Read more

CNRN Practice Test

The Certified Neuroscience Registered Nurse examination, commonly known as the CNRN exam, is a comprehensive and detailed assessment for men and women hoping to enter this challenging field of healthcare. The content of this examination can be divided into six domains. Domain 1, which comprises 24% of the CNRN exam, has to do with basic … Read more

Certified Management Accountant Practice Exam

The Certified Management Accountant (CMA) exam series is a series of exams developed by the Institute of Management Accountants (IMA). This exam series contains four parts, and it is necessary to pass all four exams to become certified. Three of the parts are computer-based multiple choice tests, and the fourth part is a computer-based essay … Read more

Clinical Nurse Leader

A clinical nurse leader (CNL) is a new role within the health-care industry and was developed by the American Association of Colleges and Nursing (AACN) in an effort to improve the quality of patient care and prepare the nurses for the future of clinical health care. The need for this position arose from a discussion … Read more

Become a Personal Fitness Trainer

It takes a lot more than just endorphins to become a personal fitness trainer. Education, experience, and specific personality traits factor into what it takes to be a good personal fitness trainer. Someone who wants to become a personal fitness trainer should consider several things, including programs that offer certification, the examination for certification, and … Read more

Applying To Graduate School

Once you have decided to go to graduate school, the application process begins. This process can be complex and time-consuming, so it is important that you start early and stay organized. Some of the steps you will need to complete include writing a personal statement, obtaining letters of reference, obtaining copies of your transcripts, and … Read more

SAT Test Prep

Before you begin your SAT test prep by beginning an SAT test review course or purchasing an official SAT test study guide, you should learn about the test itself. The SAT test is required by almost every college in the United States for admission. It is similar to the ACT exam in that it assesses … Read more

SAT Test Breakdown

Almost all four-year colleges in the United States require the SAT Reasoning Test for admission. The SAT Reasoning Test was formerly known as either the Scholastic Aptitude Test or the SAT I, and is now commonly called the SAT test. The SAT test has been developed by the College Board to measure the academic skills … Read more

PTCB/PTCE Test Breakdown

Key Point: PTCB – Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB), PTCE-Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam. The Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) samples your knowledge and skill base for activities performed in the work of pharmacy technicians. Each question is carefully written, referenced, and validated to determine its accuracy and correctness. The Certification Council and Pharmacy Technician Resource … Read more

Praxis Core Reading Practice Test

The Praxis CASE Reading Exam is required by most states for those who want to become certified teachers of any grade level. It measures the essential skills of reading comprehension at a college level. What Do I Need to Register? The reading exam is offered continuously which allows you to take the test whenever is … Read more

PARCC Grade 5 ELA Practice Test Questions

Questions 1-8 pertain to the following passage: Living on a Ranch Marcus Morgan lives in Laramie, Wyoming, with his family. Laramie is between the Snowy Mountain Range and the Laramie Mountain Range, west of Cheyenne, Wyoming. Marcus and his family own a large cattle ranch outside of the city along U.S. Route 287. The Bar … Read more

PARCC Grade 4 ELA Practice Test Questions

Questions 1 – 8 pertain to the following passage: Josh’s Big Game 1 The alarm sounded and Josh Bradley awoke with a start. This was it, the day he’d been waiting for all year. His heart began to beat more quickly just thinking of the game. The anticipation was making his stomach do flips. 2 … Read more

PARCC Grade 3 ELA Practice Test Questions

Questions 1 – 7 pertain to the following passage: The Animal Times Bats Our Flying Friends by Martha Gold Most people are afraid of bats. They are scared of their sharp teeth. They are scared because bats only come out at night. People worry that bats will bite them, but bats do not feed on … Read more

NYSTCE EAS Educating All Students Test Practice Test

The New York State Teacher Certification Exams program (NYSTCE) was designed to evaluate prospective New York State teachers’ proficiency in several key educational areas. With reference to the Educating All Students (EAS) test, prospective teachers will be assessed on their ability to effectively educate all students, including diverse student populations, English language learners, and students … Read more

HESI A2 Chemistry Practice Test

The Chemistry exam is one of seven tests that is part of the Health Education Systems, Inc (HESI) Admission Assessment (A2) exam. Nurse education programs use the HESI A2 to predict a student’s potential in a challenging educational program. Is the exam an entrance exam for the nursing program I want to attend? The short … Read more

HESI A2 Biology Practice Test

The Health Education Systems, Inc (HESI) Admission Assessment (A2) Biology exam is an assessment used by nursing programs to evaluate your fit and potential success in a challenging nursing education environment. The Biology exam is one of seven subtests that make up the HESI A2 admission assessment. This article discusses the HESI A2 Biology subtest. … Read more

FTCE Prekindergarten/Primary PK-3 Practice Test

The state of Florida requires its educators become certified if they want to teach in one of its public schools. The Prekindergarten/Primary PK-3 (053) test is one of those exams. It ensures that teachers have the skills and knowledge to succeed in the classroom. The test covers several areas, and this guide will help you … Read more

FTCE Middle Grades Social Science 5-9 Practice Test

The Florida Teacher Certification Examinations (FTCE) Middle Grades Social Science 5-9 exam is a standardized test provided by the Florida Department of Education to determine those qualified to provide social science instruction to middle school students in grades five through nine in the state’s public schools. The knowledge, abilities and skills assessed on the exam … Read more

FTCE General Knowledge Practice Test

The Florida Teacher Certification Examinations (FTCE) were created and implemented as a fundamental step in the teacher licensure route in the State of Florida. The FTCE General Knowledge Test is specific to all teaching candidates preparing to enter the teaching field in the State of Florida. The FTCE General Knowledge Test is only one part … Read more

FTCE Computer Science K-12 Practice Test

Just a few decades ago, everything was done using a pencil and paper. There was little focus on technology. Those times have changed dramatically. Today, virtually everyone uses computers on a daily basis. Even toddlers are using computers to help prepare them for school and future careers. In order to encourage growth and prepare students … Read more

FTCE Art K-12 Practice Test

The Florida Teacher Certification Examinations (FTCE) have been implemented as a part of the teacher certification process in the State of Florida. The FTCE Art K-12 exam is specific to teaching candidates who wish to enter the teaching field as art teachers in grade levels K-12. The FTCE Art K-12 exam ensures teaching candidates meet … Read more

CSET Science Practice Test

Space science, earth science, and life science all share a common theme — Science. It’s also a theme important in education. That’s why the California Subject Examination for Teachers (CSET) Science test is such a tough one. Educators must take and pass the test to show they have the knowledge to teach science in California’s … Read more

CSET Multiple Subjects Practice Test

The CSET (or, California Subject Examinations for Teachers) Multiple Subjects exam is meant to test the aptitude of prospective elementary school or special education teaching applicants who are seeking positions in the state of California. It has been developed and is administered by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing as one of several such tests … Read more

CLEP Business Law Exam Answer Key

1. The correct answer is D. If the breach of a contract is material and uncorrected, the other party is discharged. In other words, the other party does not have to perform its share of the contract. Also, the party that is charged with the material breach may be subject to fines or other remedies. … Read more

Free CLEP Business Law Exam Practice Questions

1. Which of the following best describes the effect of a breach of contract? Nonmaterial breaches that are uncorrected for a reasonable time discharge the other party. Any breach discharges the other party. No breaches automatically discharge the other party. If the breach is material and uncorrected, the other party is discharged. Nonmaterial breaches do … Read more

CBEST Reading Practice Test

The California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) is a required part of the certification process to become a teacher in California. It measures the math, writing, and reading skills that you need to succeed at a career in education. The reading section will focus primarily on reading comprehension and critical analysis skills. When Should I … Read more

ASVAB Test Breakdown

The ASVAB test or Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test, is a test that is used in admission to the United States armed forces or for career exploration for high school students. For high school students, the ASVAB is often administered as part of the ASVAB career exploration program, and is often given in either … Read more

ACT Test Score

As you prepare for the ACT exam, there are a few things you should remember about each section of the test. By incorporating a few of these ideas into your ACT test prep, you can boost your ACT test scores immeasurably. In the English section of the ACT test, for instance, you should try to … Read more

Mathematics Practice Questions 2

1. Two angles of a triangle each measure 70°. What is the measure of the third angle in degrees? 40° 80° 100° 120° 140° 2. If Jack needs 2 ½ pints of cream to make a dessert. How many pints will he need to make 3 desserts? 2 ½ 3  4  5  7 ½ 3. … Read more

Mathematics Practice Questions 1

1. An instrument store gives a 10% discount to all students off the original cost of an instrument. During a back to school sale an additional 15% is taken off the discounted price. Julie, a student at the local high school, purchases a flute for $306. How much did it originally cost? 325 375 400 … Read more

Algebra Practice Test 2

1. Simplify the expression (4x + 22x) / (2x) A 6 B 2+2x C 2×2x D 2x+1 2. Simplify the expression (2×2-5x-12)/(2×2-4x-16). A (x-6)/2(x-2) B (x-6)/2(x+2) C (2x+3)/2(x-2) D (2x+3)/2(x+2) 3. Suppose that the function f(x) is a quadratic function with roots at x=2-3i and x=2+3i. Find f(x). A f(x)=x2-4x-5 B f(x)=x2-4x+13 C f(x)=x2-6ix-5 D … Read more

Missouri Department of Revenue

To get a license in the state of Missouri, people under the age of 18 enroll in the Graduated Driver License Program. This entails a few different levels of licensing, starting with the Learner’s Permit. Instruction Permit-Minimum Age: 15 This is the basic level of licensure, which is designed to help new drivers learn the … Read more

Mississippi Department of Public Safety

People under 18 who want to get their driver’s licenses in Mississippi should know a few things about the process before they begin. Mississippi, like an increasing number of states in the United States, uses a graduated driver license system. This system states that before minors can receive their full driver’s license, they must apply … Read more

Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration

Although Maryland’s Graduated Driver Licensing System has been in effect for over a decade, some new laws were established in 2009 that changed some of the rules. This web page takes the new laws into consideration to provide the most up-to-date advice possible. Generally, there are three components of the Graduated Driver License Program-the learner’s … Read more

Maine Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Overview of the Process In Maine, obtaining a driver’s license is a stair-step process. It begins with the Learner’s Permit, as early as age 15. A Learner’s Permit allows a new driver to drive under the supervision of an adult over 20 years old, in order to gain the expertise required for the Intermediate License. … Read more

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet-Division of Driver Licensing

Getting a driver’s license in Kentucky is only slightly more complicated now than it was in the 90s, before the graduated driver program was put into place. Previously, minors would first get a Permit, then their License; under the graduated driver program, minors are required to fulfill a step in the middle, which grants the … Read more

Yoga Training and Career Paths

Yoga training has become increasingly popular over the past 10 to 15 years with the wellness boom of the early 21st century. Individuals are more concerned with leading healthy lifestyles and fighting off disease and threatening health issues, such as obesity, hypertension, and heart disease. As a result, more and more people are looking into … Read more

NES Mathematics Practice Test

The National Evaluation Series exams are used across the country as part of the certification process to become an educator. The NES Mathematics exam is based on national academic standards, and the scores are accepted in multiple states so even if you move, you’ll be able to use those same test scores to apply for … Read more

CBASE Practice Test

The College Basic Academic Subjects Examination (CBASE) is administered to college students, especially those who are interested in teacher education programs. The CBASE assesses knowledge and skill in general subjects. The difficulty level of the questions is appropriate for undergraduates. The CBASE consists of 180 multiple-choice questions in four content areas: English (41 questions), mathematics … Read more

Multistate Bar Exam Information

In order to become licensed to practice law in certain jurisdictions, one must pass the Multistate Bar Examination. This exam has been developed by the National Conference of Bar Examiners to assess knowledge of fundamental legal principles rather than mastery of local cases or statutory law. The Multistate Bar Examination consists of 200 multiple-choice questions, … Read more

CHPN Practice Test

The Certified Hospice and Palliative Nurse (CHPN) Exam is offered to experienced hospice and palliative registered nurses. The exam was designed by the Hospice and Palliative Credentialing Center (HPCC), and it tests a candidate’s ability to successfully provide hospice and palliative care to patients. Who is eligible to take the CHPN exam? Those who are … Read more

Medical Surgical Certification

The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s (ANCC) Medical-Surgical examination is a competency-based exam assessing your clinical skills and knowledge as a medical-surgical nursing specialist. The exam tests your competency as an entry-level specialist after your initial RN licensure. When you pass the certification examination, you are awarded the Registered Nurse-Board Certified (RN-BC) credential. The certification is … Read more

Why take the Nurse Executive exam?

The Nurse Executive board certification exam is designed for nurses who are seeking an advanced level of certification from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). The Nurse Executive exam measures the competency, knowledge, and skills of nurses who manage the daily operations of service lines and units. If you want to take your nursing career … Read more

PCCN Test Information

The Progressive Care Certified Nurse (PCCN) exam is given as a way to evaluate an individual’s ability to provide direct care for acutely ill adult patients. Those who want to become a Progressive Care Certified Nurse will need to pass the PCCN exam. The exam is offered by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses … Read more

CPHQ Exam

Healthcare professionals desiring to demonstrate expertise in the field of healthcare quality can set themselves apart from the crowd by obtaining the Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) certification. CPHQ certification assures healthcare employers and the general public that you have the knowledge, skills, and experience required to work in the field of healthcare quality. … Read more

NCTRC Practice Test

The National Council for Therapeutic Recreation Certification examination, commonly known as the NCTRC exam, is a comprehensive assessment for men and women who want to enter this rapidly-expanding field. The organization of TR/RT content area covers TR service design and administrative tasks. A Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) is an individual who has demonstrated their … Read more

Preparing for Success: Claims Adjuster Exam

What is the Claims Adjuster Exam? To start, there is no single Claims Adjuster Exam; rather, most states have their own requirements for claims adjusters, and some states may not require an exam at all. First and foremost, make sure to check with your state’s Department of Insurance to ensure you are on the right … Read more

ASP Safety Fundamentals Practice Test

The ASP Safety Fundamentals exam is the first step toward becoming a certified safety professional. The measurement and monitoring section of the exam covers measurement, sampling, and analysis and monitoring equipment. ASP Safety Fundamentals Exam Exam Study Guide with Practice Questions The engineering controls section includes questions about dust control; equipment and material handling; excavation … Read more

WorkKeys Practice Test

The ACT WorkKeys is a skills assessment test for those who are interested in or are currently working for employers that place an emphasis on the National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC), which is the credential achieved by those who successfully complete the exam. Three different main assessments are offered: applied mathematics, locating information, and reading … Read more

PHR ONLINE COURSE

The HR Certification Institute (HRCI) offers a certification called the Professional in Human Resources (PHR). According to the HRCI, this exam focuses on the technical and operational aspects of human resource practices. If you’re on this page, there’s a good chance you’re taking the PHR exam in the near future, or are at least considering … Read more

An Introduction to College Scholarships

Thinking about college is an exciting time in your life, whether you are a high school senior or a non-traditional student contemplating your choices. For many, the cost of tuition can seem like an obstacle, but it does not have to be. If you are not a stellar student, that’s okay; there are so many … Read more

Test Vocabulary

The following is a list of high frequency vocabulary words found on multiple exams, such as the GRE and SAT. Make a study schedule and memorize the following terms to excel on your test. aberrant: Markedly different from an accepted norm. aberration: Deviation from a right, customary, or prescribed course. SAT Test Study Guide with … Read more