Login Failed. Why?
I enter my email address and my password and it keeps telling me Login Failed. Why?
Best place to start: enter your email address and click on "Forgot your password" link. Your password will be emailed to you and you can double check you are entering the right password.
Second best place to go: Call us, so we can confirm the email address we have for you in our admin. We can double check your email and reset your password if you need us to.
We're here to help. 800-448-0671
Have a great day!
I logged in fine but now I'm getting a pop up blocker message?
I'm trying to study for the SAT on BTP and I can't seem to get in? What can I do to get rid of this message?
First things first: Close the pop up blocker/scriptblocking message
Then follow these steps and you should be just fine. It'll only take a minute or so to do all this.
-Open a new Internet Explorer window
-Click on Tools in the upper toolbar
-Click on Internet Options
-Click on Delete Cookies Button
-Click on Ok Button
-Click on Delete Files Button
-Click on OK Button
-Click on Settings
-Make sure that where it says "Check for newer versions of stored pages" that there is a little green circle next to "Every visit to the page"
-Click on Apply Button
-Click on Security Tab
-Make sure there isn't a check next to the pop up blocker at the bottom of this screen (no check means it is off if you see this option. If you don't see it then ignore this line)
-Click on Apply Button
-Click on the OK Button
go to the website and log in: www.bostontestprep.com
It won't let me in..
"I entered my email and my password on BTP and I clicked on the Submit button. It brings me back to the front page. I turned off all my pop up blockers and everything. What should I do? I need to study for the SAT."
Good question. Try this:
Click on the Login option
Enter your password
Whatever you do, DON'T CLICK ON SUBMIT YET
Hold down the CTRL button and Click on the Submit button. Hold the CTRL button down until you see the website.
This button will bypass one pop up blocker. Keep in mind that if you are in the course and you click on Hint and see a blank screen you will need to close the blank screen, hold down the CTRL button and try the Hint again.
Can I use Boston Test Prep if I don't live in Boston?
The great thing about our SAT prep program is that it's online. We are located in Boston, but that doesn't mean you have to be. You can access the prep from any computer with internet access. The SAT I: Reasoning Test is a universal exam, the same for each state and even other countries. If you want to apply to a college in the US, you most likely have to take the SAT.
Get online and study with us. Feel free to visit Boston, it's a wonderful city, but you don't need to come just to study for the SAT.
Is this program really going to help me increase my scores?
Great question. We've been getting this one a lot on the phones.
My answer: Sure thing.
How do I know? Well, the BTP SAT prep, offers so many resources designed to help you improve your scores. The key idea is: use it to its' full capacity and you will improve your scores. Logging onto BTP for five minutes once or twice probably isn't going to do too much but, logging on and accessing the review content, vocabulary flash cards and practicing writing your essays after reading the essay tip section is the way to go.
Can more than one person use the same log in information?
Sharing is caring and caring is good but not so much on the BTP SAT test prep.
Unfortunately, it is not the best idea for more than one person use the same log in information. Each log in is specific.
Though it is possible for more than one person to use the same log in, it is not possible to seperate the statistics that follow each person as they take the online test prep. There is no way to differentiate between testing results. This will make it impossible for individual students to see areas that they might need improvement on, areas where a student excels, or even overall improvement from one test to another.
To make the most of your experience online we suggest each student create their own log in information.
Where do I register for the SAT test when I’m done studying?
Ready and Raring To Go. It's Registration Time!
rar·ing (rârng) also rar·in'(-n)
-adj. Informal Full of eagerness; enthusiastic.
adj. read·i·er, read·i·est Prepared or available for service, action, or progress: I am ready to work.
You are done preparing for the SAT with Boston Test Prep and you're wondering what to do next. It's time to register to take the test with the College Board. The College Board is the organization that administers the SAT test. Your own high school and guidance counselor will also be able to help you out with registration if you have any questions.
You studied with Boston Test Prep. You're ready and raring to go. Good luck!