Hello, and welcome to the Study Guide Zone! This site is a treasure trove of free resources for students, beginning professionals, and anyone else who wants to improve his or her score on a standardized test.
As you are no doubt aware, the process of registering and preparing for an examination can be confusing and expensive. The Study Guide Zone was developed to simplify the process and provide you with free, easy-to-understand preparation materials. Whether you are applying for college, looking for a better job, or trying to get into the military, there is something useful for you at Study Guide Zone.
To begin with, this study guide site provides general information for four different kinds of examination: admission, licensing, vocational, and primary/secondary. Admission exams are those like the SAT or GRE that are taken as part of your application to college or graduate school. Licensing exams, for example the NCLEX and Praxis exams, are required for certification in professions like teaching and nursing. Vocational exams are part of the admissions process for professional schools and the military. A couple of the more popular vocational exams are the ASVAB and the HOBET examinations. Finally, primary and secondary school exams are those like the FCAT and the THEA that are taken by students in elementary, middle, and high school. Success on secondary exams can be essential to advancing to the next grade or receiving a high school diploma.
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Free Study Guides and Practice Tests
The Study Guide Zone is a great place to learn basic information about different exams. Most visitors, however, will already know the exam they are going to take, and will be looking for some preparation help. This is where the Study Guide Test Directory comes in handy. Simply click on the name of your exam and you will be taken to a page containing detailed information and links to free preparation materials. For many of the exams, this preparation material includes extensive study guides covering every aspect of the examination. Within each guidebook, there is indispensable advice about the content and format of the exam. Did you know that there are specific strategies that can improve your performance on multiple-choice questions? Or that you can raise your score on reading comprehension exercises simply by adopting the right approach? Whatever exam you are taking, there is practical, common-sense information for you in our study guides. And best of all, it is all absolutely free of charge.
In addition, many of the exam pages listed in the Test Directory contain links to practice questions composed by test experts. Each set of practice questions is modeled directly on the real exam, so that your preparation can be as authentic as possible. These questions will give you a feel for the format and difficulty level you can expect when you sit for your exam. Also, at the Study Guide Zone we are aware that learning to solve the problem is as important as getting the correct answer, so each set of practice questions includes an answer key with clear explanations.
The benefits offered by the Study Guide Zone do not stop on examination day, either. Because so many test-takers are also thinking about going off to college, the Study Guide Zone also contains a wealth of advice on picking a college, getting financial aid, and adjusting to life away from home. All of this can be found by clicking on the “College Tips” section. There are articles on picking a major, applying for scholarships, even joining the ROTC! Whether you are bound for an Ivy League school or your local community college, Study Guide Zone has some useful information for you.
Finally, be sure to check out the “Study Tips” section for some great general advice on taking tests, writing research papers, and getting the most out of your time in the classroom. This section of the Study Guide Zone summarizes the most important education research, and, perhaps more importantly, describes some of the ways you can use the insights of this research to improve your performance. It can be helpful even if you aren’t preparing for an exam or planning for college.
Once again, thanks for stopping by the Study Guide Zone. As you can see, we have done our best to pack this site with free, useful information. Whatever path you are taking, we hope you will find something here to help you along the way!
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