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Practice Tests Available Through Learning Express Library

Learning Express Library  contains practice test tutorials, basic skills courses, and computer software tutorials.  It allows you to answer, save, return to and score questions on practice versions of such standard tests as TASC, SAT, ACT, GED, ASVAB, U.S. Citizenship, and a range of academic and career tests.  The online practice tests are true previews of the official exams.

  • Instant scoring and individual analysis to help improve your test score.
  • Explanations of both right and wrong answers to promote understanding and retention.
  • The ability to proceed at your own pace and on your own schedule.
  • Unlimited access - repeat exams as many times as you need to.

Learning Express Library is organized by topic into different Learning Centers.  For example, if you are preparing for the GED, the High School Equivalency Center contains materials to help.

Learning Express Library has a complete library of hundreds of searchable e-books covering academic test preparation, reading skills, civil service exams, real estate, parent guides, math skills, health occupations, military tests, workplace skills, writing skills career tools, science and U.S Citizenship. Learning Express provides study guides and test-preparation books to help people prepare for high-stakes tests—to advance in school, or pass licensing, certification, or competitive entry-level exams.


Learning Express Library requires users to create an individual username and password. Click on "Register" to set up your center.

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