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Online library brings free practice tests into play

The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) is available to everyone in Tennessee and provides the tools needed to prepare for a variety of exams and take studying to the next level. There seems to be a test for everything these days. Students and people who are changing careers are especially challenged with stressful – at times overwhelming – required tests. The Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) can help. TEL is available to everyone in Tennessee and provides the tools needed to prepare for a variety of exams and take studying to the next level.

One of the features available in TEL is LearningExpress Library, online collection of study guides, practice tests and math and reading improvement courses. The exams and courses can be taken at any time. They are timed and structured to simulate an actual test-taking experience, but there’s no waiting for the results in the mail. Exams are scored instantly and offer personalized recommendations on future study needs.

“Students of all ages face challenges in preparing for their future,” said Secretary of State Tre Hargett. “Success in education begins with preparation. The resources available through TEL show students what to expect and how to prepare for and excel at academic challenges.”

Some practice tests available through TEL include:

• GED

• AP & CLEP

• ACT & SAT

• GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT

• PRAXIS I & II

• CDL

• ASVAB

To take advantage of the LearningExpress Library’s collection, look for the “Test Prep” prompt at www.tntel.info or visit a local library for free Internet access and instructions. Create a personal username and password to track scores and results.

TEL is administered by the Tennessee State Library and Archives, which is part of the Office of the Secretary of State, and funded by the Tennessee General Assembly and the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services. For more information, e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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