Prepare for College and Your Career with our Testing & Education Reference Center

Taking standardized tests, choosing the right college, and planning for a career can be stressful and overwhelming. Comprehensive preparation can eliminate anxiety and build confidence in test performance and decision making. Testing & Education Reference Center from Gale is a valuable online database that offers standardized test and entrance exam preparation, in-depth undergraduate and graduate program research, tuition and scholarship assistance, and valuable career information. It helps everyone, from students to seasoned professionals, embark on new paths.

Testing & Education Reference Center provides the information, tools and materials needed to achieve your career and education goals, including:

Full-length, Timed Practice Exams

Gain an advantage with practice exams that simulate the actual test-taking experience for AP, ACT, SAT, PSAT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GED, HiSET, TOEFL, TASC, U.S. Citizenship, military exams and more. Diagnostic pre-tests help you determine where you stand and how much preparation you need before taking an exam.

 Intuitive School Searching

Easily search 4,000+ accredited schools to find the perfect fit. Quick results deliver information on school location, tuition, academics, admission requirements, campus life, and much more.

College Funding Tools

Financial aid tools, such as the Undergraduate Scholarship Search, Financial Aid Award Analyzer, College Savings Calculator, and Tuition Cost Finder provide data to help you plan, budget, and identify resources.

 Career Development

Access career development tools including Career Assessment, the Resume Builder and the Virtual Careers Library to help in every part of the career planning process. Map your career interests and aptitudes to suitable job categories and industries. Delve into a list of occupations suited to your interests and learn about the skills involved, salaries, and more. Get job search guidance, as well as resume, interviewing and networking advice for your career stage, whether you’re just starting out, looking to change careers, or transitioning from the military.

 is available for free from the library.



  1. Can I come in there anytime to explore all the programs with someone ? I’m going to start college at Northeast here in town in January , there are some things I need to get done before then they’ve suggested .

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