Every year, students and their families spend billions of dollars on standardized exam preparation and college counseling.

Meanwhile, students who cannot afford to pay for these services are left at a disadvantage. With our services, we work to provide resources for all.

 

Our Mission

CollegePrep is a comprehensive web-based platform that provides students with quality college preparatory services for free. What we do is rooted in how we started: students from all over the United States who performed exceptionally well on standardized exams, such as the SAT and ACT, came together to crowdsource and publicize free, top-tier test prep content. From there, we've grown what we can do to meet the needs of students around the world, especially those who cannot afford expensive college preparation and guidance.

 

OUR CAPABILITIES ARE: 

Comprehensive SAT/ACT Preparation

With SAT/ACT content created by students who performed incredibly well on these exams, CollegePrep lets you study whenever you want, wherever you want, and completely for free.

 

Fair Tutor Marketplace

CollegePrep helps you quickly match up with tutors in your area who can help you with your individual needs directly. Any revenue we generate from these services will be used to fund tutoring for those in your local area who cannot afford it.

 

Effective Scholarship Database

Forget applying to thousands of scholarships you may or may not even qualify to be considered for in hopes of receiving a few. Improve the efficiency of your scholarship search and application process and increase your odds of receiving money based on your own qualifications and needs with the help of our process.

 

Ambassador Program

Students from universities around the country contribute valuable online content for and offer college application process guidance to students around the world. If you are currently a college student, you can accelerate the pace of educational equity.

 

College Admissions Guidance

CollegePrep provides advice on college search and selection, standardized tests, and college application materials to help educate and infom students who may not have direct access to mentorship and information.