Now Offering 18-Month Extended Access for Kranse Institute SAT® Prep CourseMay 24, 2016, 12:11 AM
With most college-bound students taking the SAT® at least two or three times, their needs for additional prep time increases. Kranse Institute now offers extended access for their SAT® PSAT/NMSQT® -- from 12 months to 18 months! Unlike most online SAT® prep courses that only offer an average of six months’ worth of access, Kranse Institute recognizes the need for extended access to SAT® prep. Kranse Institute’s newly redesigned online course addresses the changes that came with the new SAT®. And with 30 hours of lectures that teach you insider strategies on how to conquer the SAT® and get your highest score possible, this extended access makes Kranse Institute’s online prep course the best value on the market!
Not only is Kranse Institute's prep course the best value, but it’s the only course that offers a money-back guarantee if you don’t increase your SAT® score. With the highest average score increase in the industry, ambitious high school students everywhere are using the Kranse Institute online SAT® prep course to get great scores and gain admission to the country’s top universities. Students who’ve taken our course have been admitted to universities such as Yale, Brown, Cornell, USC, Stanford, MIT, and many others.
Because Kranse Institute offers an entire 18 months to prep, you can use the course to get ready for the SAT® Prep Course (typically taken in sophomore year and used to determine National Merit scholarship recipients) and for taking the SAT® several times. Taking the SAT® more than once allows you to choose your highest score to submit as part of your college applications.
Kranse Institute's course was created by Shaan Patel, a Shark Tank winner and perfect score student. After taking the SAT® the first time -- and receiving an average score -- he created study strategies to help him get a perfect score! This proprietary method of studying is now Kranse Institute SAT® prep course. Try it now for a no-risk method of getting your best SAT® score ever.