"Many of my students review FlinnPREP before they review our textbook. It is easier to read and undestand than many of the chapters in our textbook. They love the mixture of videos, text and diagrams to help explain the more difficult material. When I shared that games will be added the new version of the application being released in May of 2017 they were very excited because they said when they play review games they remember the material more than just reading the material alone." Jessica Peterson, Brownsburg High School
"Great detailed progress monitoring data especially if you have smaller class sizes so you can really break down each learner. Also allows you to see larger trends in the class specifically broken down to topic so super useful establishing reviews needed." Eric McCuskey, North valleys High School
"Having five AP® level content topics has really helped. The students read the text, watch the videos and take the mini-quizzes within each chapter and they have reported back the great impact it has made. Since FlinnPREP has streamlined the chapters, they can get a quick over-view to supplement their learning, which they find valuable. Sometimes they miss something in class and FlinnPREP can help get them back up to speed." Kerry Cedergren, Lake Forest Academy
"FlinnPREP has been a valuable supplement to our existing materials. Information is consistent and at the appropriate level for review." Mingus Union High School
"The available progress monitoring data provides all you need to know about student success on the end-of-unit assessment. This has proven invaluable in providing timely re-teaching." South River High School
“FlinnPREP® has been instrumental in helping drive AP® Science scores in our district. Teachers comment about how user friendly it is and how much it has helped shape instruction with so many questions available. As a district supervisor, I also have been extremely pleased with how responsive Flinn has been with any issues. I highly recommend this program for Advanced Placement® Science preparation.” Stephanie LeGrone
K-12 Science Supervisor
Mobile County Public Schools
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