- SAT/PSAT Prep (College Board): View sample questions, answer daily practice questions, and find SAT Study Groups. You can also register for the test and search for colleges.
- Official SAT Practice (Khan Academy): Get to know the redesigned SAT, see personalized practice recommendations, and practice anywhere, anytime, for free.
- SAT/ACT/GRE Test Prep: Contains free practice tests and customized courses after enrolling.
- Free Test Prep: Content covers the top 5 exams - GED, ASVAB, TOEFL, ACT, and SAT.
- College Navigator: Search for colleges by state, programs, type, and other search options plus view additional resources to help plan for education beyond high school. Can save searches and export to spreadsheets.
- College Board College Search: Filter your college search by type of school, location, housing options, majors and learning environment, support services, diversity, and more.
- BigFuture: College Board's site to help you find colleges, explore careers, and make plans
- Careers.org: Detailed information about over 1000 occupations, including wages, skills, and links to corresponding college programs.
- LearnHowToBe.com: A guide to careers in the U.S. government.
- Occupational Outlook Handbook: Search hundreds of occupations and access job descriptions, work environment, pay, how to enter the field, and job outlook through 2024. Site maintained by the United States Department of Labor.
- Trade Schools Guide: A website with academic and vocational information to get started in a career or to advance your career. Includes vocational, trade, college and university information for a variety of trades including automotive, culinary, arts/design, media, cosmetology, and more.
- Virginia Wizard: A career and college planning website that provides students with the ability to assess career interests, find occupations, research required education, salary, and top employers in their local area and other regions of Virginia. Can also find community colleges, compare costs, apply for aid, and explore transferring options.
- Virginia Career View: A website to help students, parents, and teachers prepare students for upcoming careers. Geared toward younger grades, but you can view career clusters and take quizzes to find careers that match your interests.
- Career Practice Exams: Practice questions designed for career license exams, including GED, LSAT, MCAT, SAT, and CDL.