Educational & admissions testing
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Testing Information (US Dept of Education)
Student Aid on the Web's Testing Information page gives an overview that can help you understand the differences between the various standardized tests required for undergraduate, graduate, law, and medical school admission.
General Education Development (GED) Testing Service EXIT disclaimer
Here's the official site for GED info. Learn about this academic skills test for those lacking a high school diploma. See who can take it and how. Has sections for education professionals as well as disabled and non-English speaking test-takers.
ACT Assessment EXIT disclaimer
The ACT Assessment is designed to assess high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. The tests cover four skill areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science reasoning.
Educational Testing Service Network EXIT disclaimer
ETS' site will give you insight into educational testing. From practice tests to disabilities and testing, the site helps students and parents understand what is involved in test taking.
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) EXIT disclaimer
The TOEFL program provides English proficiency testing services for international students planning to study in the United States, Canada, or other countries where English is the academic language. This is the official web site.
Advanced Placement (AP) Program (Collegeboard.com) EXIT disclaimer
AP gives students an opportunity to take college- level courses and exams while still in high school - you can even earn college credit in come cases. Learn more at this site sponsored by The College Board.
Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) EXIT disclaimer
Considering medical school? The MCAT is the standardized exam most U.S. medical schools require. The test provides an assessment of problem solving, critical thinking, writing skills and science knowledge.
Law School Admission Test (LSAT) EXIT disclaimer
Aspiring law students are required to take the LSAT for admission into law school. The test measures reading and verbal reasoning skills. This site provides information on the test, test dates and locations, and preparation materials.
Resources for Parents (Educational Testing Service) EXIT disclaimer
The ETS Resources for Parents page provides information and resources so parents, grandparents, and guardians can help their children plan and prepare for college.
CPA Examination Services (NASBA) EXIT disclaimer
The Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Exam assesses the knowledge and skills entry-level CPAs need to practice public accountancy, and is required in all US states. Click on your state to get all the information you need.
SAT Information (Collegeboard.com) EXIT disclaimer
Learn more about the SAT, register online, and get the latest information about the SAT Program. If you've already taken the test, you can view and send your scores from this site.
Dental Admission Testing Program/DAT (American Dental Assoc) EXIT disclaimer
If you're intersted in dental school, be sure to check out this website for information on the DAT, the standardized test required by all dental schools for admissions. The site includes online registration, test dates, and sample questions.
PSAT/NMSQT Information (CollegeBoard.com) EXIT disclaimer
Learn about the Preliminary SAT (PSAT). Who should take it, and when? Why is it important? Includes test dates and registration info. Also, find out how to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship for high school juniors.
College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) EXIT disclaimer
CLEP is a credit-by-examination that helps students earn college degrees faster by getting credit for what they already know. Learn about how to take the test and receive credits towards your degree.
Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) EXIT disclaimer
Information about the Graduate Management Admissions Test, which measures basic verbal, quantitative, and writing skills, and is used by business schools to evaluate applications for admission to MBA programs.
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