Teen Tech Week: Online Test Prep, College Search, and Career Tools!

Practice tests ged, sat, civil service

It’s never too early to start studying for exams. Good thing that the Mid-Hudson Library System has the tools to get you started! The Testing and Education Reference Center is full of tools to help you prepare for the GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT, GRE, AP exams, and so much more! There are over 300 free practice tests, dozens of ebooks, and lots of helpful tips and strategies that will help you master your exam.

College Prep Tools

Looking for the right college, graduate, or vocational school? The Reference Center can help you with that too! It has information on over 4000 accredited schools, as well as a scholarship search that can help you pay your way to a higher degree.


Are you looking to enter the workforce or to apply for a new job? You can use the Reference Center to build your resume, review available careers, and practice for civil service exams. You can even use this site to improve your basic computer skills!

You can access this site from the Hudson Area Library homepage with your library card by selecting the “Reference” tab on the top menu, and then “Online Databases.” Then, select the button for either “Career Tools,” “College Prep Tools,” or “Practice Tests.” Log in with your library card barcode and PIN and you’re one step closer to a better test score, a more efficient school search, or a satisfying career change!

June Computer Classes for Adults

The Hudson Area Library is offering two free computer classes this month for adults interested in learning more about social media and Internet safety. Both classes are open to adult library patrons with basic computer & Internet skills and are held in the Children’s Foundation Room of the Hudson Area Library.

Social Media (2 sessions)
Tuesdays, June 14th & 21st, 6:30-7:30pm

What is social media? How does it work? What are facebook and twitter and how can you use them?

Caution! Internet Safety!Internet Safety
Tuesday, June 28th, 6:30-8:00pm

Are you putting too much information on the Internet? Can you share your personal info on facebook without the entire world seeing it? Who is looking at you (or your children) on the Internet? Can you buy something online without your identity being stolen?

For more information or to sign up, stop by the library or give us a call at 518-828-1792.