What You'll Get
Getting high test scores can help you get into a good college, just like taking advanced classes or being on television. Be a scholastic star with this Groupon.
$425 for a SAT 2400 Live Online Prep Course ($850 value)
Instructors, each of whom scored in the 99th percentile on the SAT, teach strategies to conquer every section of the test. They accomplish this through 36 hours of interactive video instruction, during which students ask questions in real time. Students can then review an online recording of each lesson. They also have access to 10 practice exams and the Veritas Prep SAT 2400 On Demand online self-study course. See complete class details.
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About Veritas Prep
Applying to college can cause students anxiety and uncertainty about their future. To ease these concerns, Veritas Prep leads SAT and GMAT preparation courses that have garnered media attention from the likes of the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg Businessweek. The company's SAT and GMAT instructors, all of whom boast scores within their respective test's 99th percentile, host lessons online or in classrooms in 70 cities worldwide. For the SAT prep course, they help students develop strategies and finger-tapping rhythms to use on each part of the test. For the GMAT, they teach how to think logically, solve problems, and avoid trap questions—skills students can hone with more than 3,000 practice problems. Both courses also grant access to practice tests, online study materials, and online tutoring.
Alternatively, Veritas Prep can counsel prospective graduate students through each step of their application; the company's director of admissions consulting even hand selects a consultant for each applicant. Consultants and applicants then work together on applications to medical, law, or MBA programs. Together they practice interview questions, craft essays, and train for the admission committee's obstacle course.