Everyone from a high school students to working adults to busy CEOs had to take SAT, ACT, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT and GRE at some point of their lives.
In the old days this worked with imminent visit to the local library to get a test book, nowdays this includes bying a software or logging into the free database LearningExpress ( available free of charge at many public libraries).
ReadWriteWeb blog put together paid sources for standardized test preparation that I find useful and want to share with you
* Watermelon Express ($20) detailed performance analysis, projected scores, online forums and customized review pages. (Mobile applications are currently available on the iPhone, Blackberry and Android)
* Grockit ($40 per year for unlimited access) This service emphasizes the group learning experience and students invite friends from Yahoo, Gmail and Plaxo to join in the site's games.
* Brightstorm ($99 per test) offers hours of video courses, strategies and practice exams.
* EPrep ($69-$249) also prepares students for the SAT, ACT, PSAT and high school subjects using video instructions. This service takes a more conventional classroom-style approach to teaching.
* Prep Me ( $300-$700) is a learning environment for students interested in taking the PSAT, ACT and SAT. This service offers an initial diagnostic test and then builds a personalized study schedule.
* Knewton ( $890 for 15 teaching sessions) adapts a study plan for students. The company specializes in GMAT, GRE, SAT and LSAT testing and matches videos and lessons to a students "learning arc".
After this blog, our readers cannot say that they don’t have resources to get ready for standardized tests.