PRLog - May 3, 2011 - FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- 2nd May 2011 – Fredericksburg, VA – Socially responsible online tutoring company EduCare is offering students the opportunity to do “good” this spring while studying to do well on their SAT exam. For each student that takes EduCare’s user-friendly online SAT Crash Course at http://www.educateNcare.com, EduCare will donate one year’s worth of school supplies including pencils, pens, books, etc. to a student in Haiti as part of the company’s Global Education Movement and a partnership with the Hope For Haiti Foundation.
SAT exams are scheduled for May 7, 2011 and June 4, 2011. With EduCare’s SAT Crash Course at http://www.educatencare.com/
• Eight one-hour individual online tutoring sessions with a live EduCare Tutor and one session with a Personal Test Advisor. Each of the sessions are of one hour in duration.
• Two full-length practice tests to master the key SAT topics and provide you with a virtual SAT test day experience
• Tips from your EduCare Personal Test Advisor, who will teach you about the SAT test pattern, scoring pattern and short cut methods to important concepts and methods
• Access to EduCare’s wide range of SAT resources in the form of worksheets, content materials and eBooks
• Offline practice tests recommended by EduCare expert tutors
• Pre-test Assessment to evaluate your current understanding of key SAT topics
• Affordable course fee of $144.99
At EduCare we believe that education is a right, not a privilege. We are so invested in education that we are making it a global goal through our Global Education Movement. Our desire to serve students is at the heart of who we are – whether those students are in America, Africa or Asia. Each time a student completes an online tutoring session, a child in Africa, Asia or Latin America is helped with his/her education through our Global Education Movement. Learn more at: http://www.educatencare.com/
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EduCare is a socially responsible online tutoring company that focuses on providing online one-on-one tutoring to K-12 and college students. And with every session completed by a student, EduCare helps educate an underprivileged child in need through their Global Education Movement