ePrep for the SAT is a unique study program that offers the benefits of private tutoring at or below the cost of other online courses. In fact, ePrep for the SAT will do more than help you increase your SAT scores; it will help you prepare for the academic challenges of college.
When it comes to scoring high on the SAT, there are no shortcuts, quick fixes, or secret codes. The good news, however, is that the SAT is not a "black box" either. You can master the SAT with practice and guided review. ePrep for the SAT employs the proven test-grade-review methodology: The student completes a practice section in Math, Critical Reading, or Writing offline under timed conditions; the student logs in and submits answers for electronic grading; and, finally, the student launches into a guided video review of practice test problems.
If the SAT test were administered online, it would make sense for you to complete practice tests online. The SAT is currently administered offline, however, so it is critical that you practice in the same pencil-paper environment that you will experience on test day. ePrep provides you with online access to printable practice tests for at-home or at-school practice. ePrep then uses the power and scalability of the Internet to deliver electronic grading and expert video instruction.
Why are most online SAT courses merely repurposed books? Because text-based courses are cheaper to design. Studies show that ePrep’s video delivery platform makes ePrep learning 200% more effective than text-based learning.
Every student learns at a different pace and has different strengths and weaknesses. ePrep’s Study Hall will help you find and achieve your maximum SAT score. Instead of merely taking an initial practice exam and basing your course on those results, ePrep’s Study Hall — powered by ePrep Analytics™ — monitors and guides your remedial efforts throughout the entire study program.
ePrep for the SAT strategically incorporates the insights of Karl Schellscheidt, master teacher, Princeton University graduate, and proven SAT expert. Based on nearly two decades of work as a teacher and private tutor in Princeton, New Jersey, Karl knows where, when, and why you are most likely to make errors on test day. He also knows how to help you avoid common errors that lower SAT scores.
ePrep for the SAT meets you on your terms—anytime, anywhere. After taking a practice test, you can access ePrep.com—24 hours a day/7 days a week—for electronic grading and video review. In addition, ePrep’s Study Hall gives you 24/7 access to more than 50 subject-matter and test-strategy videos. Finally, 24/7 access to ePrep’s WordSmith vocabulary builder will help you develop a college-level working vocabulary.
All of us at ePrep recognize that buying an SAT study program is a significant investment. That’s why ePrep accommodates interested parents with online access to ePrep Analytics, an online tool that tracks student progress.