FREE ACT & SAT Test Prep!
09/30/2013 Published by: Amy Soupene
Are you feeling nervous about the upcoming ACT or SAT’s? It doesn’t matter if you’re a parent or a student, those exams can cause some anxiety. Method Test Prep can help settle those nerves and boost your confidence. Free webinars for both parents and students are an easy way to start the process. These webinars are hugely popular and enormously informative. Parents can get the inside scoop on the ACT and SAT in webinars designed just for them. Student Prep Classes cover important strategies needed when taking the exams. A list of free Method Test Prep webinars can be found at www.methodtestprep.com/webinars.
After the webinar, students can continue on with ACT or SAT prep exercises that have been proven to help raise those scores! Come on in to www.SchoolQuest.org, create a Method Test Prep account and use our complimentary resources! Once you create an account on SchoolQuest you will be emailed reminders of upcoming webinars and student classes. You choose the time and prepare for those exams from the comfort of your own home - at no cost to you!
SchoolQuest is dedicated to serving all military families, regardless of branch or status. Whether you’re Active Duty, Retired, National Guard or Reserves visit www.SchoolQuest.org and prepare for your successful future!
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