Free SAT/ACT Prep Software

November 23, 2010 | Terry Howell

eKnowledge wants to remind Military.com members that the offer for free SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ exam preparation software still stands.

This offer is made possible through an alliance between Department of Defense and eKnowledge and is financially supported by the generous contributions of NFL and MLB players. The SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ Programs, valued at $200, are available to veterans, military service members and their extended families. 

On Veterans Day, eKnowledge remembers and honors our U.S. servicemen and women for their selfless contributions to our country. Over the past five years, eKnowledge has donated over 145,000 PowerPrep™ programs with a value approaching $34 million.

About the SAT/ACT PowerPrep™ Programs:
The SAT and ACT PowerPrep™ software comes in a single DVD and includes more than 11 hours of Virtual Classroom instruction and 3,000 files of supplemental test prep material.  Thousands of interactive diagnostic tools, sample questions, practice tests and graphic teaching illustrations are indexed for easy use.   Additional educational materials are available to military families which are deeply discounted 50% – 90%, and may be reviewed by visiting: www.eknowledge.com/mil.

[There is a nominal charge of $13.84 per standard program (+s/h) for the cost of materials, processing, registration, and customer support. eKnowledge does not profit from this venture.]

Who is Eligible to Receive the Donated Software?
Eligible recipients include Service Members from all branches of the military who are active duty, retired, Veterans, Guard, Reserve, DOD employees, and civilians performing military support.  Also eligible are relatives and dependants of anyone who otherwise qualifies from the prior list.

To Place an  Online Order:  www.eknowledge.com/Mil  or call 951-256-4076

About Terry Howell

Before becoming the Managing Editor for Military.com, Terry served 20 years in the U.S. Coast Guard as an Aviation Electrician’s Mate and aircrewman. In his final role in the Coast Guard, Terry served as a Career Development Advisor, where he provided career, finance, education, and benefits counseling to servicemembers and their families. Since retiring from the Coast Guard, Terry has authored the book, The Military Advantage, managed the content for TurboTap, the DoD's online transition program and VAforVets, the VA's transition assistance website. Terry earned both his Bachelor's and MBA at Corban University using Military Tuition Assistance and his GI Bill benefits to help cover the cost.