Preparing for the ACT/SAT New SAT
Updated ACT & SAT Courses – After several months of hard work and testing, ePrep’s team of educational experts proudly introduces a new suite of study programs for both the updated ACT the redesigned SAT. Students are already using their laptops, IPads and android tablets to access their ePrep course, from anywhere, at any time, to study at their own pace.
Centered around the test-grade-(video) review methodology that has been helping ePrep students prepare for the SAT and ACT since 2007, ePrep’s study programs for the redesigned SAT addresses the specifications released by the College Board. In addition, all of ePrep’s new content has been “field” tested by current sophomores, juniors, and seniors. To find out specifically what is different on both tests, go to: ACT & SAT Updates
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Prep for SAT/ACT Success
Technically, preparation for the SAT/ACT should begin for students in their freshman year of high school by taking a strong curriculum with plenty of relevant courses. As for shorter term SAT/ACT preparation, a good bet is to engage in a 6-8 week practice test study plan, and read plenty of books and periodicals to improve vocabulary.
FYI: (Check out ePrep 2.0 New SAT & Updated ACT practice tests).