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LearningExpress Library Highlight Series: College Students

Wednesday, April 20, 2022

LearningExpress Library is a collection of web-based test preparation tools and skill-building materials. LearningExpress Library has eight centers, four of which are specifically for students and educators. Over the next week, Bulletin will highlight unique content of these four centers: College Admissions Test Preparation, College Students, Grades 4-8 Educator Resources, and High School Students.

LearningExpress Library’s College Students provides resources to help college students achieve their undergraduate goals and prepare for future success in math, reading, grammar, writing, and science. In addition, students of higher education can prepare for graduate school admissions, college placement, and College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) exams.

Math Skills Review

Struggling with college level math? Check out this Center's practice sets, tutorials, and eBooks on the following math subjects:

Algebra Trigonometry

Basic Math, specifically:

  • Data Analysis and Probability
  • Number Sense and Operations
  • Math Fundamentals
Calculus Logic and Reasoning
Geometry and Measurement Quantitative Comparison and Word Problems


Statistics Success in 20 Minutes a Day eBook cover
eBook available
in College Students Center

Reading Skills Review

Find practice sets, tutorials and eBooks on the following topics of reading comprehension, vocabulary, and spelling:

  • Informational Reading
  • Literary Reading 
  • Persuasive Reading 
  • General Reading 
  • Synonyms and Antonyms 
  • Word Analogies

Grammar and Writing Skills Review

Hone your grammar, writing, and public speaking skills with practice sets, eBooks, and tutorials.

Writing Practice in College Students Center
Writing practice test in College Students Center

Science Skills Review

Assess your knowledge and identify areas in need of improvement with this practice set and eBooks in biology and chemistry. 

Prepare for Graduate School Admissions Exams

Planning to continue your education with graduate-level education? Prepare for admissions with practice tests, eBooks, and tutorials on the following:

Dental Admissions Test (DAT®) Miller Analogies Test (MAT)
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) Medical College Admission Test® (MCAT®)
Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT®)
Law School Admission Test (LSAT)  
MAT practice exam in College Students Center
MAT practice exam in College Students Center

Prepare for College Placement Exams

Prepare for ACCUPLACER® exams with practice tests on reading, writing, arithmetic, quantitative reasoning, algebra, and statistics (QAS), advanced algebra and function (AAF), and WritePlacer practice essays. ACCUPLACER® is a suite of computerized tests that help determine your knowledge in math, reading and writing as you prepare to enter college-level courses. These tests help to identify your strengths and weaknesses in each subject area. 

This section also has practice tests for ASSET® Preparation in college algebra, elementary algebra, geometry, intermediate algebra, numerical skills, as well as reading, and writing skills. The ASSET® program is a series of short placement tests developed by ACT that lets you and your school work together to help you succeed in your educational program. 

Prepare for the CLEP® Exams

College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams are college-level tests that anyone can take to earn credit toward a college degree. Practice exams in the following subjects are available in College Students Center:

American Government  History of the United States 
Analyzing and Interpreting Literature  Humanities
Biology Natural Sciences
Calculus Precalculus
Chemistry Principles of Management 

College Composition

Social Sciences and History 
College Mathematics   

Register for an Account

Everyone needs to register for an account to access LearningExpress Library’s content. Account registration is quick and easy.

LearningExpress Library registration page
LearningExpress Library registration page

Once an account has been created, users can view eBooks and flashcards they’ve downloaded, start and stop any practice test or tutorial, and pick up right where they left off through the My Center feature. They can also download and share their progress.

LearningExpress Library My Center
LearningExpress Library My Center

Want to add LearningExpress Library College Students to your website?

To add to your library’s website, the direct link to this resource is and either logo can be used:

LearningExpress Library High School Students logoLearningExpress Library High School Students logo

To add this resource to your school’s learning management system, library management system, or single sign-on platform, please contact us!