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Maine Prep, Helping Thousands of Students Boost Their SAT Scores, Opens 12th Office in Maine

December 12, 2012

Established in 2002, Maine Prep is Maine´s largest test preparation company, specializing in SAT and ACT prep classes and private tutoring from Bangor to Bethel to Kennebunkport. Maine Prep has helped thousands of students raise their SAT scores, boost their admissions chances and qualify for merit scholarships. Maine Prep will open its newest location, Maine Prep South, on January 1, 2013, in South Portland, Maine.

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Maine Prep (http://www.maineprep.com) will open a new regional office on January 1, 2013, at 778 Main Street, South Portland, Maine. The office, Maine Prep South, will house Maine Prep´s SAT preparation classes and private tutoring for all SAT and ACT test dates.

Maine Prep´s first official 16-hour SAT course at Maine Prep South, which will be taught by Master Coach Claire Hirschmann, meets from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for eight Wednesdays, January 9 through March 6, to prepare students for the March 9, 2013 SAT.

With the expansion into South Portland, the company now teaches SAT classes in twelve different locations in Maine from Bangor to Bethel to Kennebunkport and employs a faculty and staff of fourteen.

Maine Prep South will offer a slate of SAT classes and private tutoring for high school students in the greater Portland area, including Scarborough, Gorham, Westbrook, South Portland, Windham, and Cape Elizabeth. The faculty features Maine Prep master coaches Jessica Kaplan, Kathryn Toppan, Sean Lent, Claire Hirschmann, and Susan Thombs.

Stanley Kaplan master instructor and trainer of new teachers Jack Mahoney founded Maine Prep in 2002 to help Maine students raise their SAT and ACT scores, boost their admissions chances, and qualify for merit scholarships.

Mahoney says, “We are very excited about expanding to South Portland, Maine with our twelfth SAT prep facility, Maine Prep South. It gives us a chance to consolidate SAT classes and private tutoring in the area south of Portland into one attractive and convenient location.”

Maine Prep South is easily accessible, located about 1 mile from Exit 3 of I-295 and Exit 45 of I-95.

Maine Prep´s coaches and proprietary curriculum teach students effective strategies to use in the math, writing and reading sections of the SAT. Maine Prep´s acclaimed TEN for TEN SAT prep curriculum, created by Jack Mahoney, is designed to help students decode the test, polish their skills, raise their comfort level, and score higher.

“I would recommend Maine Prep to anyone seeking to improve his/her standardized test score. All in all, I couldn´t have asked for a better test prep experience,” says Grace High, Brown University, ´14.

In addition to South Portland, Maine Prep will offer SAT classes to prepare students for the March 2013 SAT test in other Maine locations including Bangor, Brunswick, Cape Elizabeth, and Falmouth.

For a complete schedule of all Maine Prep classes including South Portland, to sign up for a class, or to schedule private tutoring for any SAT and ACT test date, call Maine Prep at 207-798-5690 or email maineprep@gmail.com. The company web site is http://www.maineprep.com.

About Maine Prep: Maine Prep, with its main office, Maine Prep North, located at 22 Parkers Way, Brunswick, Maine, has helped thousands of high school students raise their SAT and ACT scores and be more competitive when applying for college admission and merit scholarship awards. In addition, Under the guidance of Jack Mahoney, Maine Prep has worked with many college students to improve their grad, law, and business school prospects. Maine Prep employs a faculty and staff of fourteen and prepares students for the SAT, ACT, GRE, LSAT, GMAT, and SSAT in twelve different Maine locations.

Contact:  Jack Mahoney, Founder, Maine Prep  207-798-5690

maineprep@gmail.com http://maineprep.com/

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