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Kaplan Test Prep Introduces Free Resources For Indian Students

Kaplan Test Prep, a subsidiary of The Washington Post Co. (WPO), said Friday that it has introduced free resources for Indian students seeking to prepare for standardized exams.

The company has created in.kaptestglobal.com, which offers several free resources for the SAT, one of the primary standardized admissions tests for U.S. universities.

http://in.kaptestglobal.com/sat/sat-free-event-resources includes the TurboTest, a 90-minute adaptive practice SAT, will help reliably predict a test taker's score while Kaplan SAT Flashcubes for iPhone/iPod Touch allow for self-study, multiple-choice quizzes, customized vocabulary lists and progress tracking.

The SAT iBooks contains answers to frequently asked questions about the admissions tests and the SAT Challenge has timed quizzes in each SAT section with detailed answer explanations.

by RTT Staff Writer

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