Jan 14, 2011

Over 130 FREE Kaplan ‘Test Prep’ Books Available for Download in Limited-Time Offer

One of the nation’s leaders in test prep, Kaplan Publishing (a subsidiary of The Washington Post Company) is offering more than 130 eBooks as FREE downloads. This extraordinary offer has been extended through January 17, 2011, and includes study aids for the AP, ACT, SAT, GMAT, GRE, and MCAT—among others.

“In August we witnessed over 500,000 free eBook download in an exclusive two week promotion that was hugely successful,” said Maureen McMahon, President and Publisher of Kaplan Publishing. “Helping students of all ages reach their education goals is always our top priority.”

Owners of the Kindle, Nook, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Sony eReader can find titles selected from the Kaplan test prep collection at http://www.freekaplanebooks.com/, in six different categories—College, Education, Graduate, Legal, Medicine, and Nursing. The free downloads represent significant one-time savings for students preparing for college entrance exams, certificate programs, graduate school, and Advanced Placement exams.

Sample titles include:

  • From Here to Freshman Year
  • SAT/PSAT Critical Reading Practice Questions
  • SAT/PSAT Writing Practice Questions

  • ACT Strategies for Super Busy Students

  • SAT Score-Raising Dictionary

  • AP Biology

  • AP Calculus AB & BC

  • AP English Literature and Composition

  • AP Environmental Science

  • AP Statistics

  • AP US Government & Politics

  • AP US History

  • AP World History

  • SAT Subject Test: Chemistry

  • SAT Subject Test: Biology E/M

  • SAT Subject Test: Mathematics Level 1

  • SAT Subject Test: Mathematics Level 2

  • SAT Subject Test: US History

This is a limited-time offer requiring ownership of specific technology. If you’re among those lucky enough to have an eReader or any of the other listed devices, consider having a downloading party sometime between now and January 17, 2011.

For more information, visit the Kaplan website. And hurry!

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