Free Online SAT Test Training
April 19, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Education NewsFree Online SAT Test Training
Website Could Save Students Thousands of Dollars
Los Angeles, CA, April 19, 2007 Ė Students & parents can potentially save thousands of dollars this year in preparation for the SATís - the nations most important pre-collegiate examination. Instead of buying books, materials or registering for pre-SAT courses, they now have access to ProProfs (http://www.proprofs.com/sat/), a free online training site for the SAT Test.
The site features a comprehensive collection of SAT preparation material (covering all three major areas of the exam) that includes study guides, flash cards, practice questions, and even simulated exams. Quizzes, videos, blogs, wiki and interactive forums are also provided
"The SAT is taken by more than two million students each year. With the launch of SAT Test School, ProProfs aims at providing students and educators the resources they need, free of charge, and in a convenient format,Ē said, Sameer Bhatia, founder and president of ProProfs. ďWith the SAT Test School, teachers will no longer have to depend on reproducing worksheets or creating their own websites and students will not need to hunt around for a particular study guide or cram sheet.Ē
The ProProfs SAT School also uses Web 2.0 technologies like Wikis to continually improve by being open to the e-learning community for editing and content contribution. Discussion forums, online file exchange, creation of quizzes/flashcards, student blogs and tagging of resources are also supported.
For more information about ProProfs SAT School, please visit - http://www.proprofs.com/sat/ - To speak with Sameer Bhatia, please contact Ryan McCormick at (516) 901-1103.
ProProfs.com, a leader in online learning, provides free resources to students and educators. ProProfs provides the tools necessary for students to succeed in diverse fields ranging from technical certification to college entrance examinations. ProProfs also delivers free e-learning content around the world to students from all backgrounds