News 12 This Morning / Thursday, February 24, 2011
Right now, a lot of students are signing up for the SAT and the ACT.
Those scores really matter when it comes to college admission and scholarship money, so it's important students prepare. Now they can get some cheap help, thanks to some professional athletes. Some members of the NFL and MLB are reaching into their pockets to pay for your materials. Chipper Jones of the Atlanta braves is even chipping in so every high school student can have eKnowledge.
Students will get 11 hours of video instruction, 40 hours of student prep time, 3,000 files of test prep material, including practice tests.
Plus, there's a customer support number you can call to get help too, and students can learn at their own pace.This program also has a proven track record for raising scores.
If you were to buy it yourself, it would cost you $200 dollars, but again, that cost is being covered for you. You do have to pay $17.99 in shipping and another fees that come up to $17.99. Reps say the company doesn't profit at all from that.
They've created a link just for our area to get this program. You can click on it below to order your copy or to find out more information.
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