Career Information and Test Prep:
Occupational Outlook Handbook-
http://bls.gov/ooh - A government resource providing career information. It gives descriptions for careers as well as median income, education required, and career outlook.
march2success.com -The Army provides this resource to aid students interested in military careers. However, they also provide practice for high school standardized tests, SAT, and American College Testing (ACT). Student do need to register to access practice tests. Registration and use of the site does not obligate students to receive recruiting calls. They may choose to contact an Army representative, via email or chat, if they are interested in further information.
Maryland Comprehensive Assessment Program:
MD Department of Education -This free resource is provided by the MD Department of Education. You may check our School Counseling HSA link for details regarding the required assessments as well as links for practice assessments.
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Practice Tests:
College Board - http://sat.collegeboard.com/practice/sat-practice-test - This resource is provided by the creators of the SAT test. There is no charge to use the service. Practice questions and review tools are available for Reading, Writing, and Math. Additionally, there is a full practice test provided, which may be taken online or printed out. The website includes tips for test taking, information for college planning, and an option to register for testing.
Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB):
Military.com - This free resource is provided by Monster Worldwide, a company focused on helping people research and improve their careers. There are three short ASVAB practice tests and three full-length tests available. Additionally, users may find information on what the ASVAB is, what scores are desirable by various military branches, and in depth information on all military branches. There is a link for students to contact recruiters too.