CareerLocker Has ACT/SAT Test Prep at a remarkably low cost

Did you know? If you subscribe to CareerLocker, you are able to subscribe to Peterson’s Academic Test Prep packages at a very low cost! Other companies may offer discounts on test prep programs, but CareerLocker has the best deal. You get unlimited access to all tests for all of your students/clients for one low price. This is an amazing value that you won’t find anywhere else! Usually, taking one practice ACT or SAT test costs $20 each time for each student! But with your CareerLocker subscription, you get one package price for unlimited testing through the year.

Peterson’s Academic practice tests provide students/clients with the prep, practice, and proven strategies they need to walk into their tests ready to reach their goals. These practice tests are designed to mimic the real tests and to identify areas where additional study is required.

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Features:

Timed exams to help the student develop a sense of pacing

Automatic bookmark – lets you return to partially completed tests whenever it’s           convenient

Material that reflects the real exams with realistic content and difficulty

Tips, hints, and detailed explanations for every PSAT, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, GED, AP, SAT Subjects, ASVAB, AFOQT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, and MCAT question

Subject areas for CLEP include College Composition, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, The Humanities, and Social Science and History

Subject areas for DSST include Substance Abuse, Ethics in America, Here’s to Your Health, Introduction to Computing, and Principles of Public Speaking

Online Courses for the ACT and SAT

ACT WorkKeys in Applied Mathematics and Reading for Information

Subject areas for ASQB include Math Grades 6-8, Math Grades 9-12, Reading Grades 6-8, Reading Grades 9-12, Science Grades 9-12, Writing Grades 6-8, Writing Grades 9-12

24/7 access via internet enabled PC

Check out these low prices for test prep packages, good for use with all your students:

Test Prep Package 1 contains these practice tests for a low $480 flat rate per year: PSAT, SAT, ACT, GED, ASVAB, CLEP, TOEFL, Online Course for ACT & SAT, ASQB, ACT WorkKeys, DSST

Test Prep Package 2 contains these practice tests for a low $400 flat rate per year: AP, SAT Subject, AFOQT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MAT, MCAT, AP: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Chemistry, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, European History, Physics B, Physics C, Spanish, US History, SAT II: Biology E/M, Chemistry, French, Literature, Math Level 1, Math Level 2, Physics, Spanish, US History, World History

For more information, contact Amy Rivera at arivera3@wisc.edu, or 1-800-862-1071.

Academic and Career Planning Has Great Potential

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You have probably heard about the state initiative that will require an Academic and Career Plan (ACP) for every Wisconsin student in grades 6-12 beginning in the 2017-2018 academic year. Sometimes referred to as Individualized Learning Plans (ILPs), ACPs are intended to empower all students to travel the road to adulthood through education and training to careers in an informed manner.

Keep in mind that the ACP is a process, not a product.  As such, it will will evolve as the student matures to reflect their growing knowledge of themselves, their interests and their goals. The process will involve supportive adult relationships, a personalized approach to career planning and education, and student empowerment.

I believe the ACP is is great news for those of us who are involved in career development and planning! It incorporates many activities that schools and educators are already doing… and I believe it can have a great impact on students, especially those who currently lack direction or motivation.

To date 38 states use some type of ACP or ILP, with  21 of those states mandating them for use with all students.

To help explain the need for ACPs and the ACP process, the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction has created a web page with news, resources, and communication tools. You can find that information at http://acp.dpi.wi.gov/ .