Students seeking help in preparing for college entrance exams or  improving math, English and science skills can do so for free with the online study program from the Army.

In addition to test preparation materials and self-paced study programs, the site offers seven full-length free practice tests for both the SAT and ACT, as well as an entire section dedicated to science, technology, engineering and math coursework.

March2Success, a public service provided by the Army, offers guides to walk users through the entire college application process and also has a monitoring tool for parents and educators to track student progress, test scores and completed lessons.

“March2Success is the Army’s gift to public education,” said Tony Castillo, chief of education for U.S. Army Recruiting Command at Fort Knox, Ky. “We want students to stay in school and be qualified for life, whether they decide to join the Army or not. We want them to have every opportunity to become productive members of society.”

The free online academic readiness program, featuring curriculum designed by Peterson’s and the College Options Foundation, provides students easy access to test preparation materials to help improve their scores on standardized tests like state exit exams, college entrance exams and military entrance exams.

While March2Success does offer assistance with improving scores on standardized tests, which includes the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery, this program is not part of a military recruiting effort, according to Castillo. There is no obligation to use the service, and no personal information is collected or shared.

Site content includes self-paced study programs in math, English and science, with materials focused primarily on grades eight to 12. is available for free to anyone over the age of 13.