U.S. Army Launches New Interactive Courses on March2Success

The U.S. Army is proud to introduce the addition of three new courses to the popular March2Success test preparation tool from content partner, Petersons. These changes provide more interactive elements to the site as well as enhancement to the technology.

The free online courses include lessons, assessments and practice tests to help students with a wide range of materials in math, verbal and science. The former State Standardized Test Preparation course has been replaced with a program that combines the new College Readiness Online Course, which focuses on grades 11-12 Math and Verbal materials, and the High School Science Hub, which features lessons and practice tests in Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry and Physics. These elements can be used to prepare for state required exams or as a review of materials.

In addition, the new High School Preparation course replaced the High School Math and Verbal Skills course and will offer similar educational materials in a more interactive format for students grades 8-10. New shorter assessments place students on customized learning paths based on specific strengths and areas for improvement while allowing educators to easily track student performance and progress against pre-assessment results.

Teachers are encouraged to use March2Success in conjunction with regular teaching materials for students who need a refresher or are preparing for standardized tests like the SAT and ACT. Educators can also direct students to March2Success for information on the college admission process and financial aid resources. March2Success can be accessed 24/7 on any computer with internet access, making it easy for students to work at their own pace both inside and outside of the classroom.

To learn more about how the new courses on March2Success can help you or your students meet their educational goals, visit www.March2Success.com or www.ArmyEdSpace.com.  

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