Learn-A-Test, developed by the LearningExpressLibrary, offers online tutorials and practice tests designed to help students and adults learn basic skills, improve their knowledge of common subjects, and prepare to score well on school, college, and career exams. Whether struggling with a math concept, studying for the GED or ACT, preparing for a career in nursing or law enforcement, learning to use a computer, or preparing for a job interview, Learn-A-Test has something to help everyone.
These topics and many, many more are available free to all Mississippians through the Mississippi Library Commission and the local public library. Register online from home or use the public access computers at your local library and browse all the topics, practice tests, and ebooks available from your desktop.
To begin click the Learn-A-Test link above. Under New User, click on Register. At the Registration screen, enter a Username. Your local public library patron barcode number may be used or create your own username. Enter a password of your choice. Password must be at least six (6) characters long. Enter your password again to verify typing. If desired, enter your email address. An email address is not required to register for Learn-a-Test but does allow the system to send you your password if you do not remember what you chose. When finished, click Register. A Guided Tour of the program is also provided in the lower right corner of the Learn-A-Test homepage.
Public libraries may have customized links to Learn-A-Test created for use on the library’s own webpage. Customized user access to gather usage statistics by specific library system/branch can also be established for public libraries. In addition, public library staff have access to a specialized website with free downloadable promotional material.
Contact Glenda Tilson, Director of the Library Services Bureau at 601-432-4124 for more information regarding this service; or view the brief video below.
This service is partially funded under the federal Library Services and Technology Act administered by the Mississippi Library Commission for the Institute of Museum and Library Services.