Test Prep: Information on PSAT*, SAT*, ACT*, GED® Test*, & TOEFL*

Getting familiar with the structure and subjects of standardized tests can help you score high. Below, you'll find information about the most common standardized tests for students going to college: SAT, ACT, PSAT, SAT Subject Tests*, AP Exams*, CLEP Tests*, TOEFL, and the GED® test....

 

What to Ask Your School Counselor about the ACT, SAT, and Your GPA

When you're a high school senior, it is worth your time to discuss your GPA and your ACT and/or SAT scores with your school counselor....

 

Comparing the ACT and the SAT

The ACT and the SAT are both used by colleges, but what are the differences between them, and what does the increased popularity of the ACT mean for you?...

 

ACT Practice Test

Taking an ACT practice test can help you get familiar with the exam and improve your ACT scores. Get started on your ACT prep today....

 

Comparing the ACT and the SAT

The ACT and the SAT are both used by colleges, but what are the differences between them, and what does the increased popularity of the ACT mean for you?...

 

Improve SAT Scores with Sample SAT Test Questions

Before starting SAT prep to improve your SAT scores, you can answer these sample SAT test questions to see where you should focus your study time...

 

High SAT Scores: Need-to-Know Tips and Strategies

Tips and strategies for the SAT test can be very helpful on test day and learning how to approach the test should be part of your SAT prep in addition...

 

TOEFL Practice Sets

Prepare for the TOEFL test, whether you're taking the TOEFL iBT or another version, with easy-to-use online TOEFL practice sets....

 

Tips & Strategies You Need to Know for the TOEFL Test

Knowing general test-taking strategies for the TOEFL and tips specific to the format you will take the test in, such as the paper-based test or the iBT,...

 

Which is Better, the IELTS or the TOEFL Test?

You might wonder if the TOEFL or the IELTS is better for you. Read on and find out!...

 

Vocab Answers

Vocabulary is an important part of test taking. Find the answers to our social media vocab questions here....

 

Online Test Prep

Find test prep books and online resources for college admission tests, high school admission tests, and college credit exams....

 

College Credit Exams

Earning college credit before you get to college can be well worth the effort it takes to prepare for the exams....

 

Some Important Details about the SAT Subject Tests

Some academic institutions use your SAT scores to consider your application. Learn more about how your SAT scores can affect your ability to get into the...

 

Improve SAT Subject Test Scores with Sample Questions

Try these sample SAT Subject Test (formerly known as the SAT II) questions to get familiar with question types and see where to focus your study time...

 

An Overview of the SAT Subject Tests

The SAT has changed significantly. No changes to the SAT Subject Tests – at least, not yet....

 

About the PSAT/NMSQT

PSAT/NMSQT stands for Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Find out how to apply for this test and what it means for you....

 

Practice Test for the PSAT

Find out if you're ready for the PSAT with a practice test from Peterson's....

 

The PSAT/NMSQT: Gateway to College Scholarships

Every year, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) awards college scholarships to more than 10,500 students -- and if you’ve got the right...

 

Military Tests

Get ready for military entrance exams such as the ASVAB and career promotion exams like the officer candidate tests or military flight tests with books...

 

Military Tests

Whether you want to qualify to enter the military or advance your military career, Peterson's can help you go further with our books and online resources....

 

Military Tests

Get ready for military entrance exams such as the ASVAB and career promotion exams like the officer candidate tests or military flight tests with Peterson's....

 

GED® Test

Looking to get your GED? Peterson's has all the information you need to help you pass the test and get your certificate....

 

Peterson's GED® Test Prep Book

Peterson’s Master the GED® Test offers expert test-prep strategies and review material for the high school equivalency diploma test, including...

 

CLEP Practice Tests

Get ready for the CLEP test with online practice tests that can help you with CLEP study and help you identify your strengths and weaknesses....

 

CLEP Test Tips and Strategies

Taking CLEP exams? Boost your score with these test-specific and general test-taking tips and strategies that can help you prepare for test day....

 

CLEP Test Subjects and Structure

Each CLEP test is primarily multiple-choice, but there are variants. Find out more in this article, all about the CLEP....

 

AP Practice Tests

Get started on your AP prep with an AP practice test online. Whether or not you're taking an AP course, a practice test can help you get ready for test...

 

Will My AP Courses Really Translate into College Credit?

Worried whether your AP classes will translate into college courses? We've got your answer here....

 

The Popularity of AP Classes - and AP Prep - is on the Rise

With 37 AP courses in 22 subject areas to choose from, high schools offering AP classes host an average of eight AP courses, the most popular of which...

Log in to Peterson's

Forgot your password?

To reset your password, simply enter your email address in the field below and click the Reset Password button. You will receive an email with a link and instructions to reset your password.

Check your email

Please check your email and click on the link provided in the message to reset your password.

{{SchoolName}}

I certify that I am the subscriber to the provided cellular or other wireless number and I authorize {{SchoolName}} and its representatives and agents to contact me regarding educational opportunities at any current and future numbers that I provide for my cellular telephone or other wireless device using automatic dialing systems, artificial or prerecorded messages, and/or SMS text messages, even if I will be charged by my service provider(s) for receiving such communications. Consent is not a condition for receiving more information from {{SchoolName}}, and I understand that if I no longer wish to receive communications, I will need to contact {{SchoolName}} to alter this consent.

Disagree Agree
Petersons Monthly Scholarship

Peterson’s November $1,000 Scholarship

Turn the colors of the leaves back to green with our $1,000 scholarship

Enter