Carlina Yepinski is the primary researcher and writer for networkmonitoring.org. Her most recent accomplishments includes graduating from Kentucky State with a degree in communications and computer science. Her current focus for the site involves network traffic monitoring and network mapping software. As is the tradition at Virtual School Meanderings, this will be the only entry today.
Internet based courses are a great alternative to traditional classroom SAT prep that can run your family thousands of dollars, but with so many companies offering different services, perks and promises, it can be difficult to choose which one will benefit your child the most. Here are five well-known companies and a break-down of what their online prep courses offer as well as tips to consider before you buy.
1. Princeton Review SAT Online Course
Princeton Review offers two courses designed with different levels of intensity and individual instruction.
The regular online course…
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