Wednesday, July 14, 2010

FREE Practice Tests and More

You might have noticed public service announcements recently on Mississippi Public Television and Radio about Learn A Test from Learning Express Library. Learn A Test is a valuable service which has grown more comprehensive in scope, offering skill development at every academic level and beyond. Here are just a few of the services offered absolutely FREE, thanks to the Mississippi Library Commission.

Elementary and Middle School Level
  • Math Skills Improvement
  • Reading Skills Improvement
  • High School entrance exams preparation
High School Level
  • Math skills improvement
  • Reading comprehension skills improvement
  • Vocabulary and spelling skills improvement
  • Writing and grammar skills improvement
  • AP preparation (Advance Placement)
  • GED study guides and practice exams
College Level:
  • CLEP testing preparation
  • Graduate school entrance exams preparation
  • Math and reasoning skills improvement
  • Reading comprehension skills improvement
  • Vocabulary and spelling skills improvement
  • Writing and grammar skills improvement
  • Technical and career college skills
Careers:
  • Practice tests for careers in Electrical, Plumbing, Air Traffic Control, Military Aviation, and more
  • Job search and resume writing skills
  • Business writing
Skill Building for Adults:
  • Math and reasoning skills
  • Reading skills improvement
  • Writing and grammar skills improvement
Computer Skills
  • Adobe Flash and Illustrator courses
  • Adobe Photoshop courses
  • Corel WordPerfect courses
  • Microsoft Access, Excel, Outlook, and Powerpoint courses
All of this PLUS study guides and practice tests for virtually every standardized test out there. Many of the study guides are also available in Spanish. Recently, 24 eBooks have been added including titles to help prepare for careers in Civil Service, Education, Allied Healthcare, and more.

Learn A Test is a free service. To begin your journey, go to Learning Express Library and register. (There is also a link on our website - go to Practice Tests under Resources.) Your user name can be your library card number OR our library code (090) plus your phone number without the "1" or dashes. Then you will create your password. Once you are registered, you can choose what areas you would like to work on, and your work may be saved and returned to when you log in again. You work at your own pace, and correction and guidance is offered all along the way. If you encounter any difficulty logging in, call the Library for assistance (601.445.8862.)

Learn A Test can open up an unlimited world of learning and achievement!

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