It just occurred to me, I'm not sure why, that not everyone is aware of a great review resource. NY State has, since the dawn of time, given Regents Exams in most high school subjects. The exams are normally given 3 times a year (June, for the huge majority of kids; August, after summer school, and January for year and a half courses.) They tend to be aimed at fairly average ability levels. My school, as a private school, doesn't give Regents. (We're college prep. Most of our final exams are longer and harder than a typical Regents.) But I use them all the time as review sheets. They hit most of the major topics I need, and you can't beat the convenience of being able to download a 3 hour exam. Here's a site: http://www.nysedregents.org/ FYI: If you teach math, you'll want one of the old exams. "Math 9" is a typical algebra course, and "Math 10" is Geometry. Ignore all the.. well, I was going to say "idiotic" but in the interests of being PC, I'll call them "different"-- math courses that NY has offered since about 1980.