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Maximize or Improve Your SAT and ACT Score at a Fraction of the Cost!
Test Preparation is an essential part of a Comprehensive College Planning Program. Better test scores can create more opportunities in gaining admission. Higher scores are helpful in obtaining merit scholarships complimented with a solid GPA. Many students take both the SAT and the ACT tests since colleges will accept either one.
In any test prep course, taking practice tests is a must. But how do you review and learn? We encourage you to use the most effective online, video-based test preparation service in the nation. ePrep Test Preparation helps students of all ability levels reach their educational goals by offering expert instruction in SAT, ACT, and PSAT preparation. ePrep can help you maximize your score when taking these standardized tests the first time around, or can improve your SAT or ACT score if you’re taking them for the second time.
Expert Test Preparation Delivered Right To Your Computer:
- Simulate test day conditions
- Full length practice tests and lessons
- Expert video explanations
- The founders of the program are Princeton University graduates; ePrep makes connecting with expert Ivy League graduates, affordable and possible- anytime from virtually anywhere in the world
- ePrep’s study programs are fun, convenient and most importantly, highly effective
- The SAT-Premium Edition Study Program guarantees that the student will increase their overall score by at least 300 points!
- Endorsed by Fred Hargadon, former Dean of Admissions at Swarthmore, Stanford and Princeton Universities
Click here for a specific description and pricing of each service. Once the program is purchased, the student will receive a welcome note and be able to start immediately!
Simulate private, one-on-one tutoring for each student. This service offers the student a private “eTutor” whose online video platform will:
- Provide instruction at the critical “review” stage of learning
- Isolate weak areas that negatively affect test scores and “train” in these areas
- Then retest and repeat the process