SAT/ACT Testing Info
www.collegeboard.org – register for the SAT
www.actstudent.org - register for the ACT
*If you are on free/reduced lunch, please see your counselor for a fee waiver.
*Do not use your school district email address when registering.
SAT/ACT Test Preparation Resources
www.proprofs.com (scroll down to the bottom and under student resources on the left click SAT)
www.collegeboard.org - Free personalized study resources/practice tests for students who take PSAT
*All FREE sites
*Hard copy study guides with full practice tests available in the counseling office for SAT and ACT.
http://connection.naviance.com/muhlenberg - this is the site you are required to use to apply to colleges! You can also research careers, create a resume, and search for scholarships.
www.careercruising.com – research careers and colleges, create a resume, look for a job, and search for scholarships
www.collegeboard.org - research colleges
www.collegeweeklive.com – register to talk to college reps and win a scholarship
www.unigo.com – tour schools
www.collegeview.com – college search and information site
www.collegeconfidential.com – tour schools
www.CampusTours.com – tours schools
www.ecampustours.com – tour schools
www.collegescorecard.ed.gov - research colleges
Financial Aid Information and Scholarship Searches
www.fafsa.ed.gov – this is the only site to go use to fill out your FAFSA - After Oct. 1st of your senior yr.
www.bccf.org - Berks County Community Foundation. This is a site for local scholarships.
Student Loans 101
www.studentaid.ed.gov - US Department of Education: Provides details about federal student aid programs.
www.finaid.org/loans - FinAid: Contains information on different education funding avenues, public and private.
www.studentadvisor.com -Student Advisor: Downloadable digital magazine that spotlights the finer points of student loans and student finance.
www.usscholarshipguide.org - U.S. Scholarship Guide: Offers good overview of federal student loan programs.