Academic and Career Help

Resources for help at every grade level and every stage of your career.


Learning Express Library

Learning Express is grouped into these categories:

  • School Center: Skill-building resources for classroom and homework success in most subjects for middle school through high school.
  • High School Equivalency Center:  prepare for the GED® Test and the GED® en Español.
  • College Test Preparation:  tutorials and practice tests (including complete simulated practice tests) including ACT, SAT, PSAT, TOEFL and more.
  • College Students: skills review and preparation for graduate school tests including GMAT, GRE, LSAT,  MAT, and MCAT.
  • Career Preparation: Start a new career or advance in your current field; prepare for entrance exams for Nursing, Health Occupations, and ASVAB, or for occupation exams in numerous fields, including Postal Worker, Teaching, Law Enforcement, and EMT.
  • Job Search and Workplace Skills:  learn to create your best resume and get interview tips.
  • Adult Core Skills:  review math, reading and writing skills, and prepare to become a U.S. citizen.

Register with your library card number.

To set up your account, provide an email address and create a password. This will allow you to save your work in progress, store score reports, and revisit any practice tests, tutorials, or eBooks.


Tutor.com

NOTICE: While school buildings are closed, Tutor.com will have extended hours from 8am to 10pm EST, 7 days a week for Scotch Plains and Fanwood cardholders.

  • Tutor.com offers one-on-one help from live, qualified tutors in 40 subjects including math, science, essay writing, foreign languages, social studies, test prep, and more.
  • Improve your research papers, resumes, and test scores.
  • Submit your essays for overnight feedback. 
  • Princeton Review test prep resources for preparing for the SAT, ACT and AP exams, including timed full-length practice tests, detailed score reports, video lessons and practice drills.
  • Get help and study on the go with mobile apps for Tutor.com.

Login with your library card number.

Set up an account with an email and password in order to access Princeton Review resources and store information from your tutoring sessions.