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Cliffsnotes AP Tests

Check this site for ways to manage all those AP subjects and exams. A long list of useful articles on the site covers topics such as how to pace your AP English Language and Composition Essay Writing, Test Prep information for different courses, instructions on how compositions are scored, and advice about the kinds of questions likely to be asked.



Sparknotes Test Tactics for the SAT

Students preparing for the SAT can read up on power tactics covering how to tackle the test, how to tackle test anxiety, studying for the SAT, and knowing what to do after the test day. Not to be missed is the list of 15 common mistakes students make on the test. Make use of the practice sets for sentence completions, multiple-choice math, and identifying sentence errors.



edexcel IGCSE

Download sample assessment materials from the site, including sample questions for many of the 38 subjects covered under IGCSE. The site also includes sample instructions to help test-takers become familiar with exam procedures before test day. Also available for download are teacher’s guides for many of the subjects which can provide some more insight into how to get the most out of the courses.



IB Sample Exam Papers

Visit the official International Baccalaureate website for examples of actual examination papers used in past years exams. Though for information only, reading these valuable exam papers for English, French, Spanish, History, Chemistry, and Math can help students become familiar with the style of IB exams in these subjects. 


Kaplan SAT ACT prep

Kaplan SAT, ACT Prep

The SAT’s and ACT’s are not the kind of exams you can cram for but Kaplan shares lots of free resources for those who may have limited time left to prep. You can watch Strategy Lesson Videos that teach strategies for answering the most important questions, sign up for Test Questions of the Day, and practice vocabulary with the Spitcabulary feature.


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