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Gearing up for ACT and SAT Tests

Posted over 2 years ago by Kathryn M

For some, the college admissions process can be a bit daunting—application deadlines, admissions essays, scholarship applications, financial aid forms and the dreaded national standardized tests. That’s why your Toledo Lucas County Public Library wants to help you prepare for your next ACT or SAT test date. Whether you are taking the test for the first time this fall, or just hoping to raise that score just a few points before your application deadline, your local Library has you covered.

Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library—one of TLCPL’s many databases, provides anytime, anywhere access to a powerful series of test prep lessons and practice tests. You only need your library card and pin number to get started.

For some, creating a Learning Express Library account can be a struggle, and navigating can be tricky. Our skilled librarians can help you learn more about how you can get the most from this incredibly helpful learning tool.

Naturally, we remain a Library, filled with the many great resources you have come to expect. Browse just a few of our excellent print and electronic resources. Request them today.

ACT / SAT Prep Books

ACT Prep - Kaplan
ACT for Busy Students - Kaplan
Up your score ACT : the underground guide to outsmarting the ACT / by Chris Arp and Veritas tutors and test prep with Ava Chen, Jon Fish, Devon Kerr, and Zack Swafford
Cracking the SAT - Princeton Review
Barron's SAT - the leader in test preparation
Up Your Score: SAT - The Underground Guide to Outsmarting "The Test" by Larry Berger, Michael Colton, Manek Mistry and Paul Rossi

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