Peterson’s recently launched a new test prep mobile app, making it easier to access your test prep courses anytime, anywhere. We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) to help you navigate the new app.
What mobile platforms are compatible with Peterson’s Test Prep app?
Peterson’s Test Prep mobile app is available on the iOS and Android platforms.
Where can I find the Peterson’s Test Prep app?
Is the app free?
The app is free to download, but you must have a subscription plan in order to use it and access the test prep content.
What if I am interested in signing up for test prep, but haven’t done so yet? Can I do this through the app?
If you have downloaded the app, but don’t have a test prep subscription, you can sign up for a subscription plan directly through the app.
I already have a test prep subscription. Do I have to create a new account to use the app?
No! If you are already subscribed to Peterson’s test prep, you simply need to download the app and log in with your username and password. You can also log in with Google or Facebook.
Watch the video for instructions on how to log into your account:
Will the mobile app sync with test prep progress from the web platform?
Any progress made in the web platform is synced in real-time with the app. Progress made on the app syncs with the web platform daily.
Will my test prep work transition from the current platform to the mobile app?
Current test prep work (for example, a quiz that is in progress) is not transmitted from the current platform to the mobile app and vice versa.
Will all of the resources from the original platform be available on the mobile app?
What content features can I find on the mobile app?
The app includes:
- Diagnostic tests, practice tests, mini-quizzes, and flashcards
- Interactive lessons and videos
- Strategies to help you ace the exam
- In-app badges to keep learning fun
If you have a question that you don’t see answered above or if you’re having issues logging in to the mobile app, reach out to our support team for assistance. Check out Peterson’s test prep for more information, and to subscribe.