60DaySAT.com Program Enters the Market as the Alternative to Cheating on the SAT

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In response to recent SAT cheating scandals, which have taken the standardized testing industry by storm, Anthony-James Green, one of the nation’s most respected and results-driven SAT tutors, has implemented a program that’s guaranteed to have students ready before the SAT’s most popular test date.

With 72 days left before what’s traditionally known as the SAT’s most popular test date, June 1, SAT Guru Anthony-James Green promises that anyone who signs up for his 60-Day SAT Prescription will increase his or her score by at least 300 points or more.

“This is the only instantly-available course guaranteed to raise your SAT scores by at least 300 points in 60 days of work or less without tutoring, classes, or guesswork,” says Green about his SAT program, which he personally engineered and perfected by investing more than 10,000 hours of testing and experimentation, resulting in what some SAT testing experts have called the best program in the entire test prep industry.

Green went on to point out that with the strategies, methods, and insight students gain from his program, there’s no need for any student to consider cheating.

“In fact, that’s one of the reasons why I created the program, to keep students from feeling like they have to cheat in order to boost their score or to get into the school of their choice,” Green said. "A lot of people are terrified of this exam for no reason - they build it up in their heads as some sort of impossibility, and as a result, rather than study, they look for ways to skirt the exam altogether. However, if students simply learned more about the exam, and had the right program to guide them through, they'd realize how easy this test is to dominate."

According to statistics, of the two million plus SAT tests taken in any given year, approximately 4,000 scores are canceled because of suspected cheating. Of those, 200 to 300 are impersonation cases.

Last year, a 19-year-old college student from Long Island made national news when he was arrested and charged with fraud and criminal impersonation for taking the SAT and ACT tests for other students. Parents paid him thousands of dollars to take the exams for their children, fearing that their children wouldn't be able to get scores high enough on their own.

The district attorney who charged this individual says that he was able to take the SAT at least 16 times for others, which raises questions about the integrity and security surrounding one of the most important tests millions of high school students ever take.

“With my program, parents can have peace of mind knowing that their child is well prepared for the SAT, and that cheating is no longer a concern,” Green said. “All students have to do is complete all 60 days worth of assignments using my online module and watch their score shoot through the roof. There's nothing to figure out, and parents don't have to pay a cent if their children's scores don't improve by at least 300 points or more.

The College Board, creators of the SAT, say they've discovered what score students need to succeed in college: 1550.

However, the average college-bound senior, according to The College Board’s 2011-2012 statistics, scored 1500, with a 497 on critical reading, 514 on math, and 489 on writing, reflecting a -3, -1, and 2-point decline from 2010 scores, respectively.

Green, who normally charges clients $500 per hour for his SAT tutoring services, explained that he has compiled his most powerful, most effective strategies and lesson plans into an easy-to-follow program that SAT test takers can start using today to improve their scores by at least an entire college tier.

“My program has been responsible for the largest score improvements in the entire SAT industry and when you try it, you’ll see why,” Green said. "There's a reason why I'm known as the best SAT tutor in New York, and it has nothing to do with my knowledge of fractions or my vocabulary - it's because I bring people results every single time. This program is guaranteed to bring similar results, and parents from ANYWHERE can access the program on their own schedule for a fraction of my price.

Parents and students interested in learning more about the program can visit its website at the following URL:


Parents and students with fewer than 60 days to prep for the SAT can also try Green's new 30-Day SAT Crash Course, a program designed specifically for last-minute SAT students, which guarantees a score improvement of at least 200 points in only 60 days of work. They can access the 30-Day program via the following URL:


Anthony-James Green has been called the most talked about, most recommended SAT tutor in America, and charges fees upwards of $50,000 for his SAT expertise. He's the creator of Teach Yourself the SAT and the author of Test Prep for Parents. He's also the creator of Vivid Vocab, the wildly popular SAT vocabulary software which he recently made free to the public. He lives between New York City and Los Angeles, where he tutors students full time when not working on new SAT curriculum.


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