Resources for Parents and Students

Get ready to take the new SAT. The class of 2006 will be the first class to take the new SAT for college admissions. Learn more about the SAT, register online, and get the latest information about the SAT Program.

Parents will find this site useful to help with college planning. Find out about the new SAT test, what you should be doing to plan for college, finding a college that’s right for your child, applying for college, and paying for college. Visit

The ACT is America’s most widely accepted college entrance exam. It assesses high school students’ general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work. Visit

Your Guide to the HSPA (High School Proficiency Assessment 2005). This page answers the most frequently asked questions about the eleventh-grade graduation test and provides information about its importance to your child’s education. This information explains what the HSPA measures, why the assessment is given, how the results are reported, and why it is important for your child to do well on the assessment.

ETS: Listening, Learning, Leading. The world’s largest private educational testing and measurement organization and a leader in educational research. Visit

New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge (NJ ASK) will be administered in March to all third- and fourth-grade students in language arts literacy and mathematics. A science test will be administered to fourth-grade students. Visit

NJPEP is the online professional development Web site of the NJ Department of Education. Get useful information on activities, assessment, classroom support, professional development, standards, tutorials, workshops and parents/students.

For Test Specifications and a Directory of Test Specifications and Sample Items for GEPA and HSPA in Mathematics

Your source for Free Practice Tests, Test Prep Review, Test Prep Time, Test Prep Resources. Visit

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