TITLE

INTERNET REVIEW: COLLEGE PREP SITES FOR KENTUCKY'S ACADEMIC FUTURE

AUTHOR(S)
Maddox, Rebecca
PUB. DATE
May 2004
SOURCE
Kentucky Libraries;Spring2004, Vol. 68 Issue 2, p6
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article provides information on several websites providing online library resources for students. College websites mentioned in this article will help in introducing future college students to the world of virtual testing, financial aid opportunities and college directories. It lists several sites where students can take free test to judge their skills. The website, www.4tests.com provides free and immediately gradable tests. Another website, www.thecollegeboard.com is organized so that users must first click on the test name and then on the link titled Preparing where an organized lists of practice tests will be found. The website of Educational Testing Service has practice tests for GMAT, GRE, Praxis and TOEFL, among others. Among the financial aid and scholarship websites, www.fastweb.monster.com, www.finaid.org and www.studentaid.ed.gov are listed. Finding the perfect college takes a bit of searching and for that purpose the article has listed some college directory sites — www.collegeboard.com, www.hobsons.com, www.collegeview.com, www.petersons.com and www.universities.com.
ACCESSION #
14638178

 

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