Pearson and the ACT website both host extensive mathematical review services which help students to work through portions of or portions indicative of major tests like the PARCC review and the ACTs. These Web services are free and require no registration, making them a useful tool for students brushing up for tests.
The Pearson site's math utility is structured specifically to help those slated to take the PARCC prepare themselves for that test. It is organized by grade so that those with differing review needs do not need to go through irrelevant material to get the knowledge they need.
The ACT site provides general access to questions similar to those included in the mathematics section of the ACTs. The questions are organized by general mathematical field and subject. They are not identical to test questions butthey do give students a sense of what to expect before they actually sit down to take the test, and that preparation can be very useful.
Pre-test studying is a necessary component of any math test. Becoming familiarized with the content of the specific tests one is readying to take is of particular use and can make sure that no single test represents a chance for disastrous grades and lost opportunities because of inadequate preparation.