The library offers a number of resources to help you prepare for the ACT and SAT college entrance tests, as well as for AP (Advanced Placement) examinations.
ACT/SAT and AP test prep books are located in the library’s nonfiction collection (call #: 378.166). Most include several practice tests, answer keys, and test-taking tips to help you improve your scores.
HelpNow offers online practice tests and more. You can also open a live session with an online tutor for immediate assistance, or receive help via email. (Tutors are available between 2:00 and 11:00 p.m. daily.)
To access the practice exams, you will need to create a login username/password. Once you are logged in, click on “SkillSurfer” and then select “College Entrance Exam Preparation” and then the test you would like to practice. Click here to access HelpNow.
Want to cut your college costs? Research scholarships. These websites can help you find and apply for scholarships.
- College Greenlight
- Huntley High School Scholarships Information
- Peterson’s College Scholarships
The library has a number of books that can help you learn more about scholarships – how to find and apply for scholarships, how to write winning application essays, and information about specific scholarships and organizations that offer them. Find them in the library’s nonfiction collection (call #: 378.34).
Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC):
Reach out to our ISAC representative with your questions about college planning and financial aid. Daina Sauls is our 2020-2021 representative. Learn more about ISAC here. Learn more about/contact Daina here.