For a student, it's a virtual group study session for those trying to quality for college admission. They have a good Facebook page, too, where people can further enhance their cooperative efforts. "We are 100% free to use," says the MyStudyPartner FAQ, "No strings attached."
By the way, this is NOT an ad for MyStudyPartner. Really. I stumbled across them while searching for something else, and I was impressed.
MyStudyPartner.com says that they "cater to individuals who are trying to pass college admission exams including GMAT, SAT, GRE, ACT, LSAT, TOEFL, MCAT, IELTS, USMLE, SAT - SUBJECT and PLAB."
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"After studying with your partners for however long it takes," says MyStudyPartner's website, "you’ll find that the exam you were once worried about taking is no longer a threat. Studying in groups of 2 or more has proven to increase your odds of success while taking any type of test or exam."
Misery loves company, after all, but commiseration - and the sharing of knowledge and common goals - can make a task less miserable.
If you're facing the grind of prepping for a college entrance exam, and you cannot find a study partner nearby, try MyStudyPartner.com. They serve students all over the world, not just the U.S. Who knows? After you've aced that exam, you might find yourself with a bevy of new pen pals.