NASHVILLE, Tenn.- The tests than many high school students dread are fast approaching, but thanks to the Tennessee Electronic Library students have a new resource to help them succeed.
The Tennessee Electronic Library announced Thursday that they will provide free SAT and ACT test prep. The resources are online collection of study guides, practice tests and math and reading improvement courses. All the courses are timed and structured to simulate actual test-taking experiences with instant grading results.
"The chance to practice such an important exam is very helpful," TEL Coordinator Wendy Cornelisen said. "It gives students an idea of what their test day will be like, and hopefully lessen any test anxiety they might have."
Access to the Tennessee Electronic Library is free to everyone in the state of Tennessee. To use the test prep resources in TEL, go to www.tntel.info and click on Test Prep to create a free personal account with the user name and password of your choice. TEL is available from any Internet connection in Tennessee, including smart phones and computers at public libraries throughout the state.
The next SAT test will be offered January 29, 2012, while the next ACT test will be February 11, 2012