Through a major education initiative, eKnowledge, NFL Players, & Department of Defense Provide are providing FREE SAT/ACT test preparation assistance to all active duty and retired military and their dependents nationwide. This initiative has already donated and shipped over $16,000,000 of SAT/ACT programs to more than 80,000 U.S. Military and their dependents. Get an Information Flyer #1 and Information Flyer #2.   

 

SOAR at Home - Student Online Achievement Resource is a program for military families and the school districts that serve them.  SAT/ACT prep tutorials are available.  Students can also take academic assessments and complete tutorials online.  Parents can monitor their student's progress.  Links to other military installations and educational resources are provided.  Link to SOAR at Home here.   

 

March 2 Success provides FREE educational materials to help students prepare for the SAT and ACT with practice tests and a series of videos.  They provide customized lesson plans designed to help students focus on areas of need, allowing them to skip through what they already kow.  Link to the March 2 Success website here.

 

College Board is the official SAT site.  Students can take a free practice test or practice with free sample questions.  Students will register to take the SAT and can receive their scores at this site.  Link to the official CollegeBoard site here.

 

ACTstudent is the official ACT site.  Students can complete free questions of the day, practice test questions, and download free test tips.  Students will register to take the ACT and can receive their scores at this site.  Link to the official ACT site here.

 

College Foundation (CFNC) of NC has a free test prep site with resources for SAT, ACT, GRE, and a Vocabulary Builder.  In addition, CFNC has a wealth of resources to help you plan, apply, and save for college.  Visit the CFNC site here.

 

I Need A Pencil is a free SAT prep website that offers engaging lessons in reading, math and writing, 800+ practice exam questions, and a score projector to show you how you are predicted to score on the SAT.  Visit I Need A Pencil site here.

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