Berkeley, Calif. (PRWEB) August 24, 2017
Starting today, Magoosh Online Test Prep is offering to take 90 percent off its ACT prep program for all Tennessee schools in light of the statewide retake of the exam in October.
The 90 percent discount will allow schools to purchase the full six-month Magoosh ACT program at nine dollars per account, down from the regular price of $99. Tennessee schools will be able to sign up for discounted accounts in bulk through the October 17 retake date.
The team at Magoosh is extending discounted accounts to high schools across Tennessee in the hopes that it might help students who wish to see their ACT scores improve after the retake.
“In offering a waiver to all students, Tennessee is ensuring all students can complete an important part of the college application process,” said Haley Woods, the business development manager at Magoosh. “Our commitment to leveling the playing field for all students made this an easy decision since we want all students not only to take the ACT, but to be well prepared for the test.”
Magoosh ACT prep was designed by the company’s renowned test-prep staff and includes more than 200 video lessons, more than 850 practice questions with video explanations, four full-length practice tests, and email assistance from expert tutors. The program also guarantees a four-point score increase to students retaking the ACT or they get their money back in full.
Interested schools can reach out to Magoosh’s business development manager, Haley Woods, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 214-0212 ext. 700.
For more information on Magoosh ACT visit: https://act.magoosh.com
Magoosh is an online test-prep company based in Berkeley, Calif. Founded in 2009, the company is dedicated to making exam preparation more affordable and accessible for all. The Magoosh team creates web and mobile study apps to help students prepare for standardized exams like the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, SAT, ACT, MCAT, TOEFL, IELTS and Praxis. They’ve helped prepare more than two million students in 185 countries and have been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Inc. Magazine and Financial Times.