What to do after high school? Use these resources to find the education that can lead you to that career that you want!
Last Updated: Nov 27, 2013
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Use these resources to practice and ace those college entrance exams:
Master the SAT 2013
Offers test-taking strategies, provides diagnostic tools, reviews key concepts, and includes practice exams with answers and explanations.
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Offers strategies, practice questions, and reviews for ACT English, math, reading, science, and writing sections.
CLEP Official Study Guide 2013
Offers advice about taking multiple choice and essay CLEP examinations; describes each subject on the test, including English, foreign languages, and history; and aids in the interpretation of scores.
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