Princeton Review offers free resources for College Bound

Dear College Bound Students,
While we had to unfortunately cancel our Princeton Review Free Practice ACT tests this spring, the Teen Department is happy to share the following news from one of our favorite community partners, the Princeton Review:

"The Princeton Review has a commitment to ensuring that students can continue preparing for the next step on their educational journey despite the current crisis. Even though we cannot conduct in-person events like we had planned at the library, please seek out the free resources available below."

Princeton Review Editor-In-Chief: What You Need To Know: At-Home AP Exams https://youtu.be/4T4c9FxvmQsopens a new window

Read more here: https://www.princetonreview.com/college-advice/ap-exams-coronavirusopens a new window

Weekly Princeton Review LIVE on YouTube, this is live events 5 days a week covering subjects like AP, ACT, SAT and much more:  https://www.princetonreview.com/liveopens a new window

We are offering all students the ability to take a free, full ACT or SAT practice test with comprehensive score report from the safety of their own homes. The ACT practice test is hereopens a new window and SAT practice test is hereopens a new window.

For students and parents interested in learning more about how these tests work, what content is tested, and how to prepare, we are offering free webinars covering the ACT vs the SAT, the SAT, and the ACT. Times and registration for the next available sessions below.

ACT vs SAT LiveOnline Strategy Session-April 15th, 12:00-1:30 PM. Register hereopens a new window

ACT LiveOnline Strategy Session-April 19th, 3:00-4:30 PM. Register hereopens a new window

ACT LiveOnline Sample Class-April 21st, 12:00-1:30 PM. Register hereopens a new window

Developing a Strong Extracurricular Profile – April 22nd, 7:00-8:00 PM. Register hereopens a new window.

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