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What You'll Get
Standardized test scores determine what you learned in high school, where you’ll go to college, and how lucky your no. 7 pencil really is. Bubble in the right box with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a one-month online SAT prep course (a $59 value)
- $39 for a three-month online SAT prep course (a $129 value)<p>
An online course prepares students for the rigors of the SAT with a mix of practice quizzes, in-depth lessons, and testing strategies. The self-directed course typically follows a four-step path. First, students take a diagnostic exam, which will help to identify areas that need improvement. Then, they can listen to lessons, click through slideshows, take practice quizzes, and study 500 printable vocabulary flashcards. Finally, a full test retake helps them track their progress, celebrating successes and honing in on concerns.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 6, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Registration required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boston Test Prep
After acing the SAT, students head to college and enter a huge variety of careers, from comedy to computer programming to creative design. Several of these former students sought to help others conquer the feared test at Boston Test Prep’s online-only study center. The staff designed the program to appeal to kids of the digital age—students can log on anytime, anywhere, and direct their own studies. Some might read through all the lessons and then work on practice quizzes, and others might leap right into the quizzes, pausing to link to lessons and slideshows on questions that stymie them, such as, "How many bears are there?" They’ll also learn tips on taking the test, such as mastering common question types, identifying tricks, and making smart guesses. As students work, a points system motivates them to hit a high score, much like in a video game.