Getting ready for college

Links for US College Entrance Preparation


One Test. More Opportunities for Success.

Whether you’re planning to go to graduate, business or law school — or just exploring your options — you’re taking an important step toward your future. It’s a smart move to show schools your best. With the GRE General Test, you can!

We’re here to support you with resources that help you prepare for the test, connect with recruiters, build a competitive application and more.


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The ACT contains multiple-choice tests in four areas: English, mathematics, reading and science.

Use this page as a starting point for information on the ACT test – including registration, test prep, test day, ACT test overview, and understanding your scores.

ACT’s writing test is optional and will not affect your composite score.

You can have your ACT scores sent to other colleges and scholarship agencies even after you test.


The SAT tests subjects you cover in school: reading, math, and writing and language.

Students, it’s time to take the next step on the road to college. Taking the SAT® is the perfect way to show off the skills colleges care about.

Juniors: Take the SAT in the spring to see how ready you are. Remember, you can take it again in the fall of your senior year to improve your scores.

Seniors: Take the SAT again this fall. Most students improve their SAT scores the second time they take the test.

When your SAT scores are available, you can send your score report and information about yourself to colleges and other institutions you’re applying to and are interested in.