Can younger siblings use the Green SAT and Green ACT Systems after their older sibling is done with them?

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    Green Test Prep only offers one user license per purchase. When your younger child is ready for test prep, he or she will need to acquire his or her own account.

    We love welcoming families on board with more than one college bound student! However, Green Test Prep only offers one user license per purchase. When your younger child is ready for test prep, he or she will need to acquire his or her own account. There’s a very important reason why this is the case: our software is constantly adapting to new changes to these tests, and to data flowing into our system from current users. When a new user “tags on” to an old user’s account, the order of the lessons and flow of the the program will become extremely sub-optimal. We strive to provide the best possible experience to our students, and if multiple members attempt to work through an account already utilized by another student, it will not provide anywhere near the quality or ease-of-use standards on which we pride ourselves. 

    When the time comes for another child of yours to come aboard with us to get great score improvements, we have established a “Legacy Family” program for our alumni and their families. You can email us at support@greentestprep.com when your younger child is ready to begin prepping, and we will give you the current discount code for the program.

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