Website Created to Provide SAT Test Preparation Assistance
December 26, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsBrooklyn, N.Y.- Multimedia Tutorial Services (“Multimedia” or the “Company) (OTC Bulletin Board: MMTS), the creators of the wildly popular DVD learning series “Math Made Easy” and the nascent tutoring website TutorialChannel.com have created a new program for students preparing for the SATs. SAT Coach USA (www.SATCoachUSA.com) is designed to provide a customized curriculum and live tutoring to help students get ready for the exam. The website offers an affordable program that is live, interactive, and flexibly scheduled. Students can prepare for the SAT with skilled tutors, online in the privacy and comfort of their own homes.
Each year two million high school and junior college students take the SAT from October through June. Because of the differential in state academic standards, college admissions offices place a greater emphasis on objective SAT scores than grades as an indicator of a student's academic potential. A student's SAT score is often the difference between acceptance or rejection at his school of choice or being awarded a scholarship or financial aid. The enormous emphasis on SAT scores makes studying for the exam that much more stressful (and expensive) for students and their parents.
SAT Coach USA has many advantages: it offers personal one-on-one private online test preparation services that effectively address a student’s individual needs. The program’s tutors are articulate, motivated and experienced educators who have, themselves, personally made very high scores on the SAT. Depending on their needs, students can complete the test prep program in as little as one week’s time, or pace themselves as they see fit.
“SAT Coach USA is an important addition to our existing line of products and services. Its goal is to provide potential college students with a competitive advantage in terms of the SATs, an integral part of today’s college application process. Our articulate, motivated, and experienced tutors will undoubtedly make enormous contributions to students’ success,” says Barry Reichman, President and CEO of Multimedia Tutorial Services.
To learn more, or to get additional help on preparing for the SAT, please visit http://www.satcoachusa.com. More information on Multimedia Tutorial Services, Inc. may also be found at www.mathmadeeasy.com and www.tutorialchannel.com.