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Free SAT/ACT PowerPrep Software Offer

The eKnowledge Military Donation Project has donated more than 207,000 SAT and ACT programs valued at over $48 million at no profit to the company. The Donation Project is supported by professional athletes from the NFL and MLB as well as 250 Affiliate Partners, like Military.com. eKnowledge has been investing in students and improving test scores while always keeping up with the changing landscape of college test preparation. The SAT and ACT PowerPrep™ Programs are available online or on a single DVD. Programs include more than 11 hours of video instruction and 3000 files of supplemental test prep material, thousands of interactive diagnostic tools, sample questions, and practice tests Students select the training they need and study at their own pace. The free PowerPrep™ Programs are available to eligible service members (active duty, reserve, and National Guard), veterans, retired military, federal employees, and their families. The eKnowledge Sponsorship covers the complete $250 purchase price for the SAT or ACT Test Preparation Program. However, to help eKnowledge sustain the free Military Donation Project, they ask that the service member or veteran pay the cost of delivering the program: DVD format fee of $17.55 for the cost of materials, support and shipping, Online Cloud format fee of $19.99 for student support and streaming. Order Online Today: www.eKnowledge.com/Mil SAT/ACT Test Dates 2014

SAT June 7 October 11 November 8 December 6
ACT June 14 September 13 October 25 December 13  
For further information contact Lori Caputo, 951-256-4076 LoriCaputo@eKnowledge.com
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