Free SAT- ACT Prep Software for Military Families

In alliance with the Department of Defense, and supported by a group of  patriotic NFL and MLB players, the eKnowledge Sponsorship Alliance (ESA) continues the donation of $200 SAT and ACT test prep programs to all military service members and their extended families. The following are eligible for this free gift: Service Members from all branches of the military who are active duty, retired, veterans, Guard, Reserve, and all DOD employees, and civilians performing military-support.  Also eligible are relatives and dependants of anyone who otherwise qualifies from the prior list.

Now in its fourth year, ESA has donated more than 120,000 SAT/ACT test preparation programs to military service members and their families worldwide. The value of the donation is approaching $26 million.  This gift represents one of the largest private donations to America's service families in U.S. history.  In response to the donation, eKnowledge has received over 40,000 thank-you letters from those who have used the test preparation programs.

eKnowledge recently announced the arrival of the new v6x SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ software; v6x was in development for over 2 years at a cost of $1.5 million.  The new software includes more than 20 hours of video instruction and 3,000 files of supplemental test prep material, thousands of interactive diagnostic tools, sample questions, practice tests and graphic teaching illustrations.  The new PowerPrep™v6x software is MAC and PC compatible.

Eligible families interested in obtaining the FREE $200 v6x SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ Programs may order online at, be sure to enter the Sponsorship Code: FBEC67159 or by telephone at 951-256-4076.

There is a small fee of $13.84 (per standard program) which enables eKnowledge to provide technical and customer support, registration, licensure, processing, handling and worldwide shipping.  This nominal charge allows the sponsorship program to continue helping tens of thousands of military families every year.

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