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Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) is used by a variety of organizations to measure competencies in reading, math and language. The test is frequently required for career programs. Click on the link below to access an electronic study guide for the test through the library's eResource collection.
Postsecondary Education Readiness Test (PERT)
The PERT is Florida's standarized test that ensures that students are placed in the correct level coursework when they enter college.
The TOEFL measures the ability to speak and read English at a college level. Check the website for information on testing sites and registration, as well as the free resources listed below.
ETS Free Resources
- TOEFL iBT Quick Prep includes four sample tests with real answers, as well as audio files for the spoken portion of the test.
Testing and Education Reference Center (Gale)
College Entrance Exams
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SAT Prep Course by
Publication Date: 2016-03-01
Comprehensive, Rigorous Prep for the SAT Every year students pay $1,000 and more to test prep companies to prepare for the new SAT. Now you can get the same preparation in a book. SAT Prep Course provides the equivalent of a 2-month, 50-hour course. The new SAT is challenging but it can be mastered through hard work, analytical thought, and by training yourself to think like an SAT test writer. Many of the exercises in this book are designed to prompt you to think like an SAT test writer. For example, in the math section, you will find Duals. These are pairs of similar SAT problems in which only one property is different. They illustrate the process of creating SAT questions. Features: * Math: Twenty-six chapters provide comprehensive review of SAT math, including the new concepts from Algebra II and Trigonometry. * Reading: Develop the ability to spot places from which questions are likely to be drawn as you read a passage. (pivotal words, counter-premises, etc.) * Writing and Language: Comprehensive analysis of SAT grammar. * Vocabulary: Learn the essential 4000 SAT words and the 400 high-frequency words. * Mentor Exercises: These exercises provide hints, insight, and partial solutions to ease your transition from seeing SAT problems solved to solving them on your own.