Austin, TX, July 08, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Aceable, the education tech company that created the first ever state approved native mobile app for drivers ed, today announced a new partnership with The Princeton Review that will offer test prep and study resources to Aceable students.
The Princeton Review offers a one-stop shop that provides students everything they need to prepare for college entrance exams and applications. Test prep, admissions counseling, homework help and private tutoring all work in-sync to prepare students K-12 for all of life’s academic milestones. “We’re excited to work with a company that is so dedicated to the success of its students,” stated Young J. Shin, SVP of Global Business Development and Partnerships at The Princeton Review. “This partnership with Aceable will allow us to reach more students and have a positive impact on their academic careers.”
As an education company, Aceable works to continually help their students ace all of life’s biggest moments, from earning their driver’s license to getting into college and beyond. Through this new partnership with The Princeton Review, Aceable will be able to offer students an opportunity to help improve their test scores and have a better chance at getting into their dream school.
“Our main goal when strategically deciding which partnerships we want to pursue is to ensure we’re creating value and benefit for our students,” stated Blake Garrett, founder and CEO at Aceable. “Having the ability to help them prepare for some big moments coming up in their lives, like getting into college, is huge for us.”
To find out more about test prep from The Princeton Review please visit bit.ly/AcePrinceton. Aceable’s driver education courses are available for download in the App Store/Google Play Store or online at Aceable.com. Driver education and driver safety courses are currently available in Texas, Ohio, California, Florida, Illinois, Nevada and Pennsylvania.
Aceable is a mobile education platform that focuses on creating affordable, engaging and convenient educational content across all devices. Built by former teachers, NASA engineers and those passionate about education, the Austin-based team is obsessed with helping people with life’s certification challenges. After launching its first mobile app to provide accredited driver’s ed courses, Aceable is now expanding into defensive driving with Aceable Traffic School and other verticals for required education. To date, the company touts more than 200,000 users and counting, as it continues to expand nationwide. For more information about Aceable visit www.aceable.com.