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READ 108 - Longview

Resources for the power processes, found in the Becoming a Master Student textbook.

Be an Engaged Learner

Helpful Library Books

Links to helpful books available at your campus library. Click for locations or to place a hold.

Study Skills

Online Practice Tests & Study Guides

LearningExpress Library contains online practice tests, tutorials and skill builders to help you do your best on a variety of standardized tests, as well as improve your academic skills and comprehension.

Here are a few popular tests and tutorials that are available:

  • GED 
  • College Prep (ACT, SAT, CLEP & more)
  • Popular Software Courses (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • College Success Skills (Public Speaking Skills, Reading Comprehension, Math Skills)
  • Graduate School (GRE, GMAT, LSAT, & MCAT)
  • Writing & Grammar Improvement

If you are new to the LearningExpress Library, you can watch a tutorial to see how to get started.

Also, don't miss their collection of PDF ebooks.

Although access to these materials is free, you will have to sign in and register as a new user with a username and password of your choice.

Tutoring

At MCC, each campus provides free tutoring in most subjects offered by the college, as well as assistance in study skills.

Here are some tips for taking full advantage of tutoring services:

  • Bring your text book, assignment directions, class notes and syllabus to the tutoring session
  • Come prepared with questions for tutor
  • Plan Ahead - don't wait until the day of the test to visit us
  • Attend class everyday, tutoring is not a substitute for class attendance

Campus Tutoring Services

For more online tutoring options log in to Blackboard or login to MyMCCKC and select Blackboard. Then click the "e-tutoring" tab near the top of the window.

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