Charlotte, NC, March 01, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- ETC Test Prep now offers GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and SAT exam preparation courses to the public through www.prepcharlotte.com. Courses will be offered at various locations throughout Charlotte and as live, online webinars. Students will receive quality instruction at an affordable price from dedicated professionals with years of experience in standardized tests.
In years past, ETC partnered with UNC Charlotte’s Continuing Education department to offer exam prep courses to Charlotte residents. “We are very grateful to UNC Charlotte for the partnership we had for so many years. Our collaboration allowed us to help thousands of students succeed on their GRE, GMAT, and LSAT exams and we are confident that we will do the same through www.prepcharlotte.com,” stated Steve Shotts, Director of Instruction at ETC Test Prep.
ETC’s programs provide a comprehensive review of tested subjects, an easy to follow preparation plan, standardized test tips and strategies, and all the materials needed to master these important exams. Each program has been carefully developed by test prep experts to ensure your success.
If you are a high school student, you will find the SAT prep courses to be of the same caliber as ETC’s other courses and more affordable than similar programs. Plus, courses are offered at convenient times during the summer or as online options for students with busy schedules.
Students who are interested in learning more about ETC’s classes are able to attend a free GRE, GMAT, or LSAT strategy workshop to get tips and techniques to succeed on their exams. To view the schedule and register for a free workshop or an exam prep class, visit www.prepcharlotte.com.
ETC Test Prep has been offering test preparation programs in Charlotte and across North Carolina since 2004 through partnerships with some of the state's leading higher education institutions. Our staff has helped thousands of Charlotte residents prepare for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and SAT.
ETC currently provides test preparation classes in Charlotte and in partnership with Florida State University, The University of South Carolina, The University of Georgia, Auburn University, The University of Kansas, Texas Christian University, Louisiana State University, University of Houston, Southern Methodist University, University of Wisconsin La Crosse, Rollins College, James Madison University, the University of Vermont, James Madison University, Westfield State University, and Boise State University.