BAMBERG, Germany – Children and relatives of servicemembers can get free SAT and ACT preparation kits again this year, compliments of several professional athletes and the testing company eKnowledge.

Servicemembers, Defense Department employees and civilians performing military support qualify for the program. Eligible relatives and dependents of servicemembers also qualify, according to an eKnowledge press release.

The SAT and ACT PowerPrep Program, which retails for $200, is available free upon request. It consists of 11 hours of video instruction, 3,000 files of supplemental test prep material, sample questions and practice tests, the release states.

The sponsorship is entering its sixth year and has donated 167,000 programs valued at over $37 million. The eKnowledge release said the company does not profit from the program.

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