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Today's side deal will do more to boost your brain than seven straight all-nighters, five different mnemonic devices, and a dangerous addiction to Red Bull. With this deal, $149 gets you the Gold Test Prep from PrepMe.com, which will boost SAT and ACT scores to astounding heights.
For half the price of a classroom course and no cheek-cramping classroom chair, you can enjoy a 305-point increase—the PrepMe average—or more on the SAT. PrepMe grads tend to score five points higher on the ACT. We can’t imagine a better way to take in more than 40 hours of prep time than from the comfy cushions of your couch.
PrepMe's co-founders boast impressive credentials, so you can be confident with their instruction. More than 22,000 students have used the online program, and it's the only test prep used by an entire state (Maine). The PrepMe curriculum is polished by dedicated tutors to give you guaranteed results; in the words of CEO Karan Goel, they don’t sleep so you can.
You'll choose between the SAT format, giving you four full-length practice tests taken from the Official SAT Study Guide published by The College Board, or three full-length practice ACT tests. Both formats come with hundreds of questions and extra quizzes, and are graded online so no schedules will be harmed in the molding of your genius. PrepMe uses an adaptive learning platform, so the interactive, multimedia lessons will be tailored to the areas in which you need the most improvement. You'll have access to the program for four months.
If the ninja-like test strategies, detailed weekly reports, and diagnostics don’t pay off score-wise, PrepMe will give your funds right back to you.
Note: You must sign up before December 31, 2009.
PrepMe.com was one of 10 winners of the 2008 Chicago Innovation Awards, based on its revolutionary test preparation approach:
- PrepMe constantly customizes the program based on the students [sic] strengths and weaknesses. Participants raised their SAT scores an average of 305 points, which is twice the average point increase from a Princeton Review or Kaplan course. – Chicago Innovation Awards
- I was in this college program, and at the time I was doing a lot of ACT prep. Then one of my teachers recommended me to PrepMe and she assured me it would be useful and interesting. When I took the program, I actually liked it! I really like the program because I was able to find out what were my strengths and weaknesses. – Shaquita Martin
- I was able to drill down on the subjects the [sic] were my weaknesses. The platform focuses on my needs. – Rima Patel