ACT Scores Rise in States with Xap and Bridges' Online Test Prep Solutions

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All 14 states with Xap and Bridges' statewide online test prep solutions see increased or steady scores.

The 14 states with Xap Corporation and Bridges Transitions statewide online test prep solutions experienced an average test score increase of 50 percent more than the national increase, with all 14 experiencing higher or steady scores.

North Dakota, which saw its national ranking increase from 28th to 24th, recently renewed its statewide agreement for Bridges' testGEAR for ACT, along with the industry-leading career-planning product, Choices Planner, for an additional year.

At North Dakota's Minot High School, career counselor Steve Beutler said, "The highly competitive, upper echelon students at our school use testGEAR to strive for the perfect score when they take the ACT exam for the second time."

"We are very proud that our high-quality test preparation courses have helped students to be better prepared test takers in all of these states," said J. Michael Thompson, Xap's CEO. "This is one of many college-planning components we offer, which help level the playing field and empower all students to act on their dreams for a successful postsecondary education."

Xap Corporation, North America's leading provider of college and career planning solutions, operates the popular testGEAR and Number2.com test preparation products that has helped approximately 1.5 million students over the past seven years.

About Xap and Bridges
Xap Corporation (http://www.xap.com) and Bridges Transitions (http://www.bridges.com) are the trusted industry choice for one-stop integrated education and career solutions, empowering successful lifelong transitions through market-leading innovations and smart, flexible tools that are reliable, valid and secure. Xap and Bridges products have helped over eleven million students in the past decade and are presently available in over 15,000 North America schools.

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