Ed-tech start-up Zinkerz is now offering students access to comprehensive web-based prep for the 2017 SAT® Test on both their Zinkerz Pro and Zinkerz Online Educators (ZOE) services.
April 18, 2017 (Newswire.com) - Ed-tech start-up Zinkerz is now offering students access to comprehensive web-based prep for the 2017 SAT® Test on both their Zinkerz Pro and Zinkerz Online Educators (ZOE) services. By applying an adaptive algorithm, Zinkerz Prep for the SAT® Test adjusts to each student's strengths and weaknesses, ensuring students receive a personalized and effective plan to help them master the SAT® Test.
With Zinkerz Pro, students work solo on SAT® tutorials, drills, and practice tests on the online platform. Zinkerz also offers students one-on-one guidance for the SAT® Test through the Zinkerz Online Educators (ZOE) program. In each ZOE session, students work online with experienced teachers to master the many facets of the SAT® test. Both ZOE and solo study sessions are accessible anytime, anywhere.
Zinkerz offers students the tools they need to master the SAT® . "The SAT® was always the weakest part of my college application," says Lucida Hernadez, "Zinkerz brought my score up by 300 points and I was able to get into my top choice college."
Zinkerz services are available at www.zinkerz.com.
Zinkerz Inc. is an ed-tech start-up, committed to creating a state-of-the-art alternative to common standardized test preparation methods. By combining the expertise of high quality educators with the latest technological innovations, Zinkerz designs products and services that take a holistic approach to prep and adapt to the needs of each student. Zinkerz prides itself in providing affordable, online test preparation engineered to maximize all students' opportunities for success.
About the SAT ®
The SAT ® is a standardized college admission test that is created and owned by The College Board. Zinkerz is not associated with, and owns no rights to, the SAT ®. This website and the Zinkerz web app for the SAT ® are not endorsed or approved by The College Board.