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TestMax offers the first app-based comprehensive test prep courses for students

LOS ANGELES, July 24, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- TestMax is a Silicon Beach startup that is proving to be an innovative and disruptive force in the standardized test prep industry. By using the innovative technology behind iOS, TestMax is challenging the archaic methods of its competitors and proving its vision of test prep with incredible results.

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"TestMax is a great example of why competition in any market is a good thing," says Mehran Ebadolahi, CEO and Co-Founder of TestMax.  "Competitors went for decades without changing their offerings until TestMax came along and changed the rules for the entire industry."

Success stories of TestMax's products-BarMax, LSATMax and SATMax-are limitless. After failing the New York bar exam 18 times, Al Delgreco finally passed the exam after preparing with nothing but BarMax. Elizabeth Rene, who is legally blind, passed the bar exam after choosing BarMax because it was the only course that was accessible to her.

Additionally, Stan Chess, the former head of Barbri (a key competitor), caused a stir within the industry when he joined the TestMax advisory board. Stan serves as a consultant to the founders as they continue to revolutionize the test prep industry.

TestMax recently redesigned its platform to make it even more user friendly and LSATMax, TestMax's comprehensive LSAT prep course, will be the first app to receive this makeover.

"TestMax is very proud to present a relevant and improved platform for students to study for standardized exams," said Ebadolahi. "Our products are not only affordable but we have solid evidence that test scores are higher for students using our test prep courses. Because our products are mobile applications, they are readily available to students with no geographical limitations. The combination of an unparalleled prep experience and reasonable pricing makes our products a 'win-win' for students."

Students can download LSATMax for free from the App Store:

LSATMax LSAT Prep

Learn more about TestMax at mytestmax.com.

About TestMax:
TestMax is the leader in comprehensive test prep courses on mobile platforms through its BarMax, LSATMax and SATMax apps. TestMax is innovating and revolutionizing the test prep industry by providing high-quality content at a fraction of the price of conventional test prep courses. By using the groundbreaking technology behind the new generation of mobile platforms, TestMax gives students lifetime access to a complete set of test prep materials that are available at any time and from anywhere-creating a test prep experience that works at your pace, in your place, and for your future.

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