Beat the SAT in 24 Hours  


Since you are looking over our page, you realize the importance of the SAT. It is part of the formula which will determine which colleges your child can choose to attend. The test is also used to determine the awarding of some scholarships. The score on the test can even influence choices after college. You know it is important and are interested in seeing if you can help your child score the maximum points.

We know there are alternatives to our program, but we have been refining and developing this program since 1992 and think you will find it a great choice. The OVERVIEW of our program and the Frequently Asked Questions should explain our program and answer most of your questions about the program, but we want to address reasons you, as a parent, should find our program advantageous.

You can see a Flash Demonstration of ALL we offer.

The Cost in Time and Money
The fee for the course is only $24 for a full year. The program requires less time from the student than most programs because it has been refined over and over to eliminate waste. It is just too good an offer to pass up.

Your child can access the program 24/7. He or she can adapt the schedule of the program to fit his or her daily commitments..

Your Child Will Do the Program
The convenience, unique interactivity of the Prototypes and Virtual Test, assessment feedback, and great information will keep your child using the program. The program works, and your child will sense the improvement and want to stay with it. He or she knows the importance of the test and preparing for it and will realize how effective and efficient the program is.

The Program Gives the Student and Parent a Schedule
The schedule is flexible, but the student is given a defined system for improvement. The student can gauge progress by checking off tasks and tests as he or she completes them. Since there are definite elements to the program, you, too, can check the progress.

The Program Will Help Prepare Your Child for College
One of the most most important traits college admissions officers look for in prospective students is the ability to plan and complete a long term task. That is why being an Eagle Scout or running some community service project stands out. They know that there won't be anyone there to wake your child up at 7am for an 8 o'clock class. So this program will be great practice for college. Your child will plan and complete a successful long term project..


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