Students needed a shorter-length option that would prepare them for the SAT. The 30-Day Crash Course is that solution. The program is guaranteed to improve students' scores by 200 points in 30 days of work or they don't have to pay a cent.
New York, New York (PRWEB) February 21, 2013
Test prep expert Anthony-James Green recently announced the release of the 30-Day SAT Crash Course, a new SAT prep program designed for students who have less than 90 days to prepare for the SAT.
The program, which is accessible through any internet-connected device, walks students through 30 days of intensive SAT lessons aimed to improve students' math, grammar, and reading comprehension skills, as well as to enhance their familiarity with the SAT and the tricks it employs to deceive students. Although the program is geared to be completed in 30 days, it can be taken over the course of 30 – 90 days depending on the scheduling needs of the user.
Parents and students can learn more about the program by visiting the following URL:
“Students needed a shorter-length option that would prepare them for the SAT. The 30-Day Crash Course is that solution. This program provides all the tools a student needs to achieve great SAT scores without any additional tutoring or class work, and it's guaranteed to improve students' scores by 300 points in 30 days of work. There's nothing else like it on the market," says Green of the new program.
Much like Green’s full-length program, the 90 Day SAT Prescription, the 30-Day Crash Course includes:
- Instant access to the 30 day program, with precise, step-by-step instructions on how to improve one's score by 200+ points in 30 days of work or less
- Exclusive access to strategy guide used by Green to improve student SAT scores by over 350 points on average
- A multi-media library of every tip, trick, and strategy Green teaches to his own students at $500/hour
- Test Prep for Parents, a guide for parents on how to enhance their child’s SAT scores, pick the right schools, and gain the upper hand in the college application process
- Edu-Nova’s guide, “7 Ways to Improve Your GPA in Less Than a Term”
- Free consulting sessions, webinars, and invites from the nation’s top college consultants and educational experts
- Free videos on enhancing college applications and achieving scholarships
- A follow-up packet with additional exercises and over $2,000 worth of college and academic bonuses
The 30-Day SAT Crash Course is available through Green’s site, TeachYourselftheSAT.com. The site helps parents and students with their SATs, college admissions, and much more via the site's blog and mailing list, to which tens of thousands of students and parents are already subscribed. The site also promotes Green's long-term SAT program, the 90 Day SAT Prescription, which guarantees students a score improvement of at least 375 points over the course of the program. While Green recommends his long-term program to any students who aren't immediately pressed to take the SAT, for those taking the March SAT, Green views his new 30-Day SAT Crash Course as the best possible option.
"Long term SAT prep is always the most effective. However, a lot of people engage in last-minute SAT prep, and I've created the 30-Day SAT Crash Course to cater to that reality. There's simply no other program on the market that will come close to providing this level of score improvement in such a short period of time.”
Green, who charges $500 an hour for his one-on-one services and who is booked over 18 months in advance via his personal tutoring website, http://www.NewYorksBestSATtutor.com, has been publishing his SAT and college insights for years.
Green has been called "the most recommended, most talked about SAT tutor in America," has been featured in hundreds of online and print news sources, and is the author of the new book, Test Prep for Parents. He has trained over 100 elite SAT tutors to use his methods, and his lesson plans are taught to thousands of students around the world.
Parents and students can learn more about the program and what's included by using the following URL:
Green lives between New York City and Los Angeles, where he splits his time between developing his SAT self-study plans and tutoring his students one-on-one.