Channel One To Carry SAT-Preparation Courses

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Channel One and the Princeton Review are teaming up on a new video service that will offer college-test-preparation courses for high school students.

The College Channel will run on the satellite television network operated by Channel One, which reaches about 12,000 U.S. schools. It will offer a condensed version of Princeton Review's preparation course for the Scholastic Assessment Test.

For $64.95 per student, students will receive more than seven hours of video instruction, workbooks, and two practice tests. Schools can pay for the course themselves or pass the cost to students.

Schools that enroll students in the Princeton Review SAT course will receive five free half-hour shows from the New York City-based company's college-preparatory video series.

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