College Information

SAT

Students take the new SAT starting in March 2016. The SAT, a globally recognized college admission test, has been redesigned to be more focused than ever before

ACT

ACT is a mission-driven nonprofit organization. Our insights unlock potential and create solutions for K-12 education, college, and career readiness.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

FAFSA on the Web is a fast, free, secure, and easy way for students to apply for Federal Student Aid.  Students who apply online will get their application results 7 to 14 days faster than if they mail a paper FAFSA.

Students.gov

This award winning site connects students with U.S. government services and information, including information on careers, planning an education, and paying for college.

 

 

 

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U.S. News and World Report College Rankings

USN&WP selected the best articles, interactive tools, and rankings to help you choose the right college. They will also help you master the application process, do your best on the tests, and understand the complicated world of financial aid.

The College Board

The collegeboard.com site brings together all the information and tools that students and parents need to plan for the transition from high school to college. It is the only place where students can register for the SAT online and practice online with actual SAT test questions. Students and parents also use collegeboard.com to identify and search for suitable colleges, apply to college online, explore career options, learn about college costs, and navigate the confusing world of financial aid.

 

College is Possible

America’s colleges and universities have prepared this site to guide you to the books, websites, and other resources that admissions and financial aid professionals consider most helpful. With planning, preparation — and the right information — college is possible for almost every American.

Peterson’s 

With innovative products, such as Best College Picks, online practice tests for the GRE, GMAT, SAT, and TOEFL, and the QuickStart Career Wizard Career Assessment, provide consumers with the depth and breadth of information they need to make informed decisions about their education or career.

 

Discover Business: How To Study For The GRE

With example questions, study hacks, and links to additional resources, Discover Business presents a site that gathers the aids you need to prepare for, and perform with confidence on, the Graduate Record Exam.