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ACT Algebra Prep.com is being offered FREE through October 25th

Oklahoma City, OK (BlackNews.com) – The average composite ACT score for African Americans in 2012 was 17.0, compare that to the national average of 21.1. Some universities will accept a low ACT score but they may require the student to take remedial classes in their freshman and/or sophomore year. Remedial classes typically cover class work that students should have but did not master in high school. Unfortunately, if you go into remedial classes it costs the same as your other classes and takes the same amount of time, but you don’t get college credit. According to a 2011 and 2012 report by The College Board, as of 2008, 47.3% of African American first and second year undergraduate students in the United States are in remedial courses after high school and these same students are less likely to succeed – in their performance, persistence and degree.

Enter Precision Technology Group, LLC., developer of ACT Algebra Prep.com, an online course that utilizes an animated instructor, teaches ACT strategies, reviews Algebra concepts and walks the student through solved ACT type Algebra problems with the help of worksheets.

“We know that students live a very busy life and have a tendency to cram for test or wait until the last minute to study. Convincing them to change their study habits to prep for the ACT exam can be a challenge. So if you can’t beat them join them,” stated William A Franks, Jr., President of Precision Technology Group. “ACTAlgebraPrep.com focuses only on one subject, Algebra. The benefit of focusing on one subject gives the student time for their day to day activities without overwhelming them with studying for the ACT exam.”

For those who think their son or daughter can benefit from the service, it is being offered free through October 25th, simply go to www.ACTAlgebraPrep.com, enroll and start prepping for the upcoming ACT exam.

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