Whether you are an experienced test taker or a newbie, the Kenton County Public Library has how-to guides and test preparation resources available in a variety of formats: print, electronic, audio, and video. There are several publishers of great test guides: Barron’s, Schaum’s, Peterson’s, Language Express, McGraw Hill’s, Princeton Review, Kaplan and Dummies. Check out this resource list.
The library subscribes to the Learning Express database which is accessible for a library card holder. All you have to do is register and you will be on your way to improving your test taking skills. This is an amazing resource with practice tests on everything from the GED to the ACT to the GRE and many others. You can take timed tests and start and stop when you need; it really helps get you in the right frame of mind for standardized tests. The database also includes software tutorials, occupation practice tests and U.S. Citzenship.
If you need any help along the way, your local library reference desk is here to support you, please give us a call or stop by, we want to see you succeed!
-post written by Erin DeSantis, Young Adult Librarian