New Type of SAT Prep: ePrep in the Classroom

First Time Ever: High-End SAT Prep Now Free & Available to the Masses

Princeton, NJ, December 15, 2007 --( (, the world’s first online, video-based, test prep company, announced the launch of “ePrep in the Classroom,” a free SAT study program for high school teachers who want to give their students an edge on test day.

Following the successful launch of “ePrep for the SAT” and “ePrep for the PSAT” earlier this year, ePrep continues to raise industry standards by bringing one of its unique and effective study programs to classrooms nationwide.

Why ePREP Works
“Studies show that students can reach learning retention rates of 75% when they ‘practice by doing.’ That’s why all study programs are designed around the practice-grade-review learning cycle. Prep courses that teach outside this learning cycle waste valuable time by lowering student retention rates to as little as five percent,” said Karl Schellscheidt, the Princeton University graduate and ePrep co-founder.

“When it comes to the review phase of the learning cycle, beats the competition as well. uses streaming broadband videos to explain test problems the same ‘pencil-paper’ environment that students will experience on test day. In other words, studies show that’s form of content delivery is 500% more effective than lecture-based learning, 200% more effective than text-based learning, and 50% more effective than traditional classroom learning. The only thing that rivals on SAT prep is costly, one-on-one, private tutoring with proven experts like me.”

ePREP in the Classroom
Teachers who sign up for “ePrep in the Classroom” are granted immediate access to a Proctor’s Guide, login information, and printable practice test materials. The study program, which consists of nine (9) one-hour cycles, is easily administered in class or during after school hours.

Time for Something New
“Historically speaking, schools have been slow to adopt innovations in content delivery. If fact, I was once told that overhead projectors became a staple in bowling alleys fifteen (15!) years before it made its way into American classrooms,” remarked Schellscheidt. “We are in the 21st century now. It should no longer take years for schools to embrace new and more effective ways of delivering educational content.”

For more information about “ePrep in the Classroom”, visit

About ePREP
ePrep combined the concepts of private tutoring and text book methodology into an engaging online video lesson program. Using the well established “practice-grade-review” learning cycle and a proprietary online, video-based delivery platform, ePrep makes connecting with an expert affordable and convenient. Headquartered in Princeton, NJ, ePrep was co-founded by master teacher and test-prep expert Karl Schellscheidt.

Michelle Hartwell

Michelle Hartwell