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Social Media

  • Twitter
    The Official Twitter of the Smith-Cotton Army JROTC Tiger Battalion! Be sure to follow us!
     
    Facebook
    The SC JROTC Page that post information and pictures about events currently going on in JROTC
     
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Academics

  • ACT
    Official website of the ACT. Here you can sign up for a test, check future dates, send your scores, and much more!
    www.actstudent.org

    Dictionary
    A useful dictionary website that helps you to pronounce words as well as defining them.
    http://www.dictionary.com/

    Free Rice:

    A useful site for studying chemistry, vocabulary, foreign language, and math. 

    https://beta.freerice.com/

    Khan Academy

    This link will provide online courses and practice for multiple classes sorted by grade and subject.

    https://www.khanacademy.org/

    March To Success: March2Success is a FREE website providing users access to online study materials to help improve their scores on standardized tests such as state exit exams, college entrance exams, the military entrance exam (ASVAB) and others.  Our content includes self-paced study programs in Math, English, and Science, with a focus of materials on grades 8-12.  The High School Math and Verbal Skills course as well as the College Readiness Online Course each start with a pre-assessment test, using the results to generate a custom learning path.  The learning path includes interactive lessons, quizzes, and additional practice tests.  For example, the High School Science Hub provides lessons and practice tests in Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics.

    https://www.march2success.com/

    Mometrix Academy will prepare you for any test, exam, or certification with our free practice questions, top study tips, and helpful hints to avoid test anxiety.

    https://www.mometrix.com/academy/

     

    The Grading Game

    The Grading Game initially might seem like an oddball selection for SAT or ACT prep, but the format of the game—which invites players to hunt down a wide range of errors within sample essays—is a great match for the format of the new SAT Writing and ACT English sections, which asks students to do the same thing. You can practice at a range of difficulty levels, and the ticking clock helps train your brain to find grammar, sentence structure, and style errors quickly and effectively.

     http://www.gradinggame.com/prototype.html

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