The Woodbury Public Library is pleased to announce the launch of a new library version of ePrep’s revolutionary suite of online, video-based study programs. The new database allows the Woodbury Public Library to offer patrons the opportunity to improve SAT, ACT, PSAT and SSAT scores without paying private tutoring fees or classroom courses. With over 90 percent of college-bound students taking either the SAT or ACT each year, earning high scores has never been more important.
ePrep successfully uses expert instructors to deliver a student-adaptable learning experience that patrons can access here at the Woodbury Public Library or remotely from home (for Woodbury Library card holders). Using a proprietary video platform that replicates the private tutor experience, ePrep makes test preparation easy. “We’re pleased to deliver a product to Woodbury that will aid students in preparing for one of the most important tests they’ll ever take,” said Marla Martin, Teen Librarian.
All of ePrep’s study programs employ the proven practice-grade-review cycle of learning: Students take practice tests under timed conditions; have them graded online; and immediately launch into video reviews. ePrep’s Study Hall tracks student progress throughout each course, while WordSmith encourages vocabulary building. A Parent Center allows parents to track student progress, while ePrep’s Study Scheduler helps students stay on track. Details on ePrep’s video test preparation service can be found on the Woodbury Public Library’s webpage. For more information and password, please contact the library at 203-263-3502.