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LTG Exam Prep Platform

LTG Exam Prep Platform

March 23, 2016 09:00 ET

The Princeton Review and LTG Partner to Bring MCAT Test Preparation to Mobile Devices

Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review, LTG's Free MCAT App for iOS and Android, Will Be Powered by Premium Content From The Princeton Review

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Mar 23, 2016) - The Princeton Review, the leading tutoring, test prep and college admission services company, and LTG Exam Prep Platform (LTG), a developer of the leading mobile apps for standardized test preparation used by a half million students worldwide, today announced a partnership to bring the best in Medical College Admission Test (MCAT™) preparation content to mobile devices.

Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review, the latest test preparation mobile application from LTG, launched today featuring premium content and questions from The Princeton Review. Combining trusted content and questions from the industry standard in MCAT prep, with the convenience and simplicity of mobile learning, Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review gives MCAT takers the tools they need to earn their best score on the exam -- all delivered via iOS and Android devices.

"We are excited to partner with LTG to combine the best in standardized test preparation content and with the best in mobile app technology," said Young J. Shin, The Princeton Review's SVP of Global Business Development and Partnerships. "Students are increasingly turning to their smartphone for everything, and we are there to help them achieve their best MCAT score."

"Hundreds of thousands of students are already using LTG test prep apps to experience the ultimate in control and convenience without sacrificing quality when it comes to their standardized test studies," said Elad Shoushan, founder and CEO of LTG. "This is especially true now that we've partnered with The Princeton Review, long considered the industry standard in MCAT preparation."

A Custom, Adaptive Learning Experience

All students who download Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review will have access to a significant volume of free content. An in-app, paid upgrade will unlock more than 1,000 questions and hundreds of additional flash cards.

Within Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review, users will also have access to five free lessons that include more than 40 questions and 20 detailed content flashcards, as well as an initial assessment test and a personalized study plan covering the full range of MCAT topics. As students answer questions, the app will assess their strengths and weaknesses to allow users to optimize their study time, concentrating on the greatest areas of need.

The Prep4MCAT with The Princeton Review app is available for free initial download on Android today, and will be available on iOS in the coming weeks.

About The Princeton Review
The Princeton Review is a leading tutoring, test prep and college admission services company. Every year, it helps millions of college- and graduate school-bound students achieve their education and career goals through online and in person courses delivered by a network of more than 4,000 teachers and tutors, online resources, and its more than 150 print and digital books published by Penguin Random House. The Princeton Review is headquartered in Natick, MA and is an operating business of Match Group (NASDAQ: MTCH). For more information, visit The Princeton Review. Follow the company on Twitter @ThePrincetonRev.

About LTG Exam Prep Platform
LTG Exam Prep Platform is transforming standardized test prep by making it accessible, adaptable and mobile. As MIT alumni, we were inspired to create our apps based on our own successes, failures and frustrations studying for standardized tests. We're helping students fulfill their academic potential by engineering a smarter way to study. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

MCAT is a registered trademark of the Association of American Medical Colleges.

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