Free* $200 SAT and ACT Test Prep Programs offered by Parents Countdown to College in partnership with eKnowledge
Parents Countdown to College Coach and eKnowledge are proud to announce the donation of SAT & ACT Test Prep programs for college bound teens and families. Over the past seven years, eKnowledge has donated more than $40 million of SAT and ACT PowerPrep™ Programs (at no profit to the company). This valuable donation from eKnowledge is supported by professional athletes from the NFL and MLB, and endorsed by over 100 national partners including corporations, non-profit organizations, groups and foundations such as Boy Scouts of America, Big Brothers Big Sisters, American Red Cross, The National Federation of High Schools (NFHS), Boys and Girls Clubs of America, all branches of the US Military and the Department of Defense.
About the SAT and ACT PowerPrep™ Programs
The SAT or ACT PowerPrep™ Program comes in a single DVD, and includes more than 11 hours of video instruction and 3000 files of supplemental test prep material, thousands of interactive diagnostic tools, sample questions, practice tests and graphic teaching illustrations. Students select the training they need and can study at their own pace.
How to order:
The eKnowledge Sponsorship covers the complete $200 purchase price for the SAT or ACT Test Preparation Program. There is a nominal charge of $17.55 (per standard program) for the cost of materials, licensing, customer support and shipping. Each SAT or ACT PowerPrep™ Program has a one-year license (from the day the product is shipped). The DVD may be renewed for an additional twelve months at the same donation rate.
Through the eKnowledge partnership with the Parents Countdown to College Coach, families may order the sponsored educational programs by visiting: www.eKnowledge.com/pctc or by telephone 951-256-4076.
eKnowledge has received over 55,000 thank you letters and testimonials from grateful recipients who have ordered PowerPrep™ Programs. Students are prepared, confident and many have earned thousands of dollars in scholarships due to increased test scores.