Testing and Education Reference Center


Testing & Education Reference Center provides the tools you need to achieve educational and professional success. Whether you're a student exploring higher education, a recent graduate embarking on a career path, or a business veteran who wants to make a change, you’ll find tuition and scholarship assistance, career tools, interactive exercises, and practice tests to achieve your goals.

  • Full-length, timed practice exams: Gain an advantage with practice exams that simulate the actual test-taking experience for AP, ACT, SAT, PSAT, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, MCAT, GED, HiSET, TOEFL, TASC, U.S. citizenship, military exams, and more. Diagnostic pre-tests help you determine where you stand and how much preparation you need before taking an exam.
  • Intuitive school searching: Easily search over 4,000 accredited schools to find the perfect fit. Quick results delivery information on school location, tuition, academics, admission requirements, campus life, and much more.
  • College funding tools: Financial aid tools, such as the Undergraduate Scholarship Search, Financial Aid Award Analyzer, College Savings Calculator, and Tuition Cost Finder provide data to help you plan, budget, and identify resources.
  • Career development: Access Career Assessment, the Resume Builder, and the Virtual Careers Library to help in every part of the career planning process. Map your career interests and aptitudes to suitable job categories and industries. Learn more about the skills involved, salaries, and more. Get job search guidance, as well as resume, interviewing, and networking advice for whatever career stage you're in.

Getting Started

  • Visit Testing & Education Reference Center to get started.
  • Create a user account to take advantage of all tools. Your user account allows you to start a test, save your work to finish later, and examine your results. You can also use your account in the scholarship search to enter personal information and connect with relevant awards.

Need Help?

  • Contact the Library via chat or email, or call (812) 349-3050.
  • For in-person assistance, stop by any information desk at the Library—or attend a help session.