Life After High School

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Life After High School

CollegeSource Catalogs (Available from within the library only – hours)
Links to college and university websites across the country, with full-text access to their catalogs.

The Common Application (Common App)

Getting started – step by step instructions

Step by Step instructions (alternative)

Application Requirements, by College

Short Video Tutorial

Criminal justice career and education information from DegreeProspects.com

The FAFSA website allows you to do all your financial aid work on-line AND connects with the IRS so tax information is automatically added to your application.

2014-2015 Student Aid deadlines

Fun Works… for careers you never knew existed
This helpful website provides information on lots of interesting careers and even includes a QUIZ to help point you in the right direction if you aren’t really sure what you want to be “when you grow up”.

INeedAPencil.com is a free SAT prep site claiming to have more of everything: lessons, practice questions, mentor communication, support and access.

sat.CollegeBoard.org, the official SAT prep site from the people that write the SAT.  The site has practice tests, a “Question of the Day” with scoring and answer explanations, test dates and registration links and much, much more.

Learning Express Library is your online source for test preparation. Improve your scores on the GED, ACT, GMAT, SAT, ASVAB, lots of professional examinations, and lots more!

Occupational Outlook Handbook tells you the training and education needed, earnings, expected job prospects, what workers do on the job and the working conditions for hundreds of different types of jobs.  In addition, the Handbook gives you job search tips, links to information about the job market in each State and more.

Live Homework Help from RI public libraries has a test preparation module for the SAT, GED, ACT, standardized tests from all 50 states, graduate school entrance exams, the civil service exam and more.