The Sevier County Public Library System Offers FREE and Unlimited Access
to Courses and Practice Tests Online through
Overcoming test-taking anxiety, raising test scores, and improving skills is possible with just the click of a mouse at your local library!
Visit The Sevier County Public Library System, log on to a computer, and enjoy free, unlimited access to interactive skill-building courses and a broad range of practice tests based on such official exams as the ACT, SAT, GED, ASVAB, Firefighter, Police Officer, Paramedic, EMT Basic, U.S. Citizenship, Postal Worker, Cosmetology, Real Estate Agent & Broker Exams. This valuable service is available 24/7 from any internet-enabled computer—in your library and even from your home!
All of this is possible with www.LearningExpressLibrary.com, an innovative instructional and test preparation website that offers comprehensive courses in math, reading, and writing; essay writing practice with instant scoring; resume writing and workplace skills enrichment; and more than 300 online practice tests for students and adults of all ages. All practice tests include instant score reports that help you target those skill areas that need the most attention. Complete answer explanations accompany each test question so that you understand why a particular answer is right or wrong. If you are preparing for the SAT or GED, LearningExpress Library offers a complete course series, as well as targeted essay writing practice with multiple writing prompts and instant score reports that immediately let you know how you performed in each skill area.
LearningExpress, LLC is a leading provider of print and online educational and professional resources that are used in over 4,000 libraries and 5,000 schools, and benefit over one million students, teachers, administrators, and career professionals around the country.
To find out more about how you can access LearningExpress Library, stop by any of your neighborhood librarians for more information.
- Set up a new account
- your library card is the username
- add a password (if it won't take it, call the library.)