ASHEBORO – Taking a standardized test for school, work or citizenship?
Learn about the Randolph County Public Library’s new online test preparation resource, the Testing and Educational Reference Center, in “Getting to Know TERC,” 4 p.m. Thursday, February 15, at the Asheboro Public Library.
The TERC provides an interactive learning experience that includes full-length timed practice exams for academic tests such as the SAT, ACT, GED, GRE and others. It also includes professional tests such as the ASVAB (military), NCLEX (nursing), LSAT (law) and Praxis (teaching), as well as resources for college planning, financial aid and career development.
The free class will cover getting started, the tests covered, and the different kinds of help available via the TERC.
The class is focused on teens but all ages are invited.
The TERC is provided to cardholders in the state’s public, community college, university system and independent/private college libraries by NC LIVE, the state’s online library of electronic resources.
The Asheboro library is located at 201 Worth Street in Asheboro. For further information, call 336-318-6803.