NLE stuff.

preparation materials at Quizlet:
http://quizlet.com/subject/national-latin-exam/

New (2/5/12) from John Whelpton:
http://linguae.weebly.com/nle.html

New (2/14/12) a quotation game (n.b. there are a few typos on this, but it seems useful anyway):
http://www.sporcle.com/games/Handle1/famous-latin-quotes

Quia rags to riches NLE style quiz

The Classical Literacy Examination - grab a 2010 copy and practice:
http://abqlatin.com/classical-literacy-exam

Here's a powerpoint to do a quick preview of the tenses we haven't covered yet:
This is from here: http://www.slideworld.org/viewslides.aspx/FORMING-LATIN-VERB-TENSES-ppt-213847

Here's an image of a chart (from here) for the irregular verb esse (note that under Future, 3rd plural should be ‚Äčerunt)‚Äč:
the-six-tenses-of-the-latin-verb-sum1.jpg

Mottoes and quotations from KET: http://www.dl.ket.org/latin1/things/jcl/nle/mottoes.htm

Crashcourse on culture: http://www-unix.oit.umass.edu/%7Eglawall/CrshCult.pdf

Here is a teacher's study guide for Latin I: http://www.summitcds.org/ashcraft/study_guide_latin_1.htm

Same teacher's study guide for Latin 2: http://www.summitcds.org/ashcraft/study_guide_latin_3.htm

A Latin I review worksheet: http://www.wepapers.com/Papers/18423/National__Latin_Exam_review_worksheet

Some Roman Biographies (very easy reading) in English:
http://www.mainlesson.com/display.php?author=haaren&book=rome&story=_contents