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  • iStudySmart.com Includes Additional Educational Resources At No Extra Cost

    November 30, 2011

    San Antonio, TX – November 30, 2011 – iStudySmart.com is pleased to announce that in 2012 they will be providing SmartClub members with additional educational resources at no extra cost.  In addition to the current materials that are available to SmartClub members, they will now receive the use of ACCESS, a website full of educational material. This educational support website was designed to compliment the iStudySmart.com courses.


    To enhance the learning experience, iStudySmart.com has searched through more than 36,000 college online resources from 250+ colleges and universities and found resources that compliment the iStudySmart.com courses.  ACCESS also includes educational resources in subjects that are not yet offered by iStudySmart.com. 


    Not only are there more resources available with iStudySmart.com’s new support materials, there are different methods of instructional delivery to help students succeed in their own educational endeavors.

    Educational resources are available for visual, auditory and kinesthetic learners through videos, imagery, recorded lectures, sound bits, hands on materials and interaction. Resources include online materials, professionally produced videos, practice tests, professor lectures, test descriptions, audio downloads and more. 


    How Will ACCESS help me Succeed?

    • Invaluable educational resources
    • Variety of subjects that line up to over 140 courses or exams 
    • Including CLEP, DSST, ECE, Admission Exams, Professional License Exams, and more
    • Find answers to frequently asked testing out questions such as

                  • Where do I take the examination? 

                  How much does the exam cost? 

                  • Do I qualify for financial aid?

                  • Where can I find grants and scholarships?

                  • What types of exams are available for specific subjects?

                  • Where is the nearest test center?

           • Free copy of Accelerated Paths to Degree Completion eBook


    “These are just a few of the many resources available through ACCESS to help our students achieve their educational goals,” said David Wright, President of iStudySmart.com.  “We look forward to helping you achieve your goal!”





    David Wright, President 






    iStudySmart.com helps students get the most for their money. The iStudySmart.com courses are more than an overview. They contain everything students need to know to pass the standardized exam for college credit. iStudySmart.com’s quality, in-depth study materials map to over 80 CLEP, DSST, and ECE exams. This allows students to earn college credit by examination with the college of their choice.

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  • Testing out of Courses is a Good Thing

    According to a 2009-2010 US Census press release, 19 million students are pursuing a college degree, with 36 percent attending school part-time. For the part-time student, testing out of courses and completing college credit by examination is a great alternative. As someone who tested out of general education subjects while in college, I appreciate the option of completing college credit by examination since it allowed me to focus on my core classes for my degree.

    Of course, having the “college experience” is important, too. But for students who have work, family and personal obligations or for military students serving our country, having the choice to test out of classes is especially appealing. It allows for more flexibility and the opportunity to get a head start on their degree and their potential professional career. 

    iStudySmart.com offers over 60 courses to assist students in completing college credit by examination through CLEP, DSST (formerly known as DANTES) and ECE exams. From business to nursing to English and other general education courses, iStudySmart.com’s wide variety of courses helps students work toward their academic and professional goals.

    Testing out of college classes shouldn’t be seen as a way of “rushing” through college. Instead, it offers an alternative to the non-traditional student with other responsibilities looking to earn their college degree and venture into their desired career field.

    *Source: 2009-2010 US Census Press Release –

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