Now normally, I would not post something like this, but this experience has gotten my blood boiling so much that I can't stand it. I work in supplemental education, which is an industry that is also known as "for-profit" education. There are many people in this industry who are well-intentioned and have their clients' best interests at heart. There are also those who are in the industry solely to make a profit and will stop at nothing to achieve it.
Enter BenchPrep, which has been lauded as one of the best educational platforms. For those of you who are not familiar with BenchPrep, it is a platform that allows you to access practice questions for just about any standardized test you can think of: ACT, SAT, GRE, GMAT, the Bar exam, etc. etc. etc. Basically, BP has gotten permission from other companies to use their content, and resell this content to you at a reasonable rate.
They also present it to you in a very nice interactive package allows you to get immediate results if you get an answer wrong. You can also use their services on your tablet or mobile device. The idea is pretty innovative.
However, the content is not even close to being decent. I was gifted the SAT package (by Nova) which is valued at $99. And here's where the problems start to abound.
I will not bore with you mathematical dribble, but I will post screenshots of questions that I encountered in this one $99 package. Remember, on the Bench Prep website, they tout "The content in BenchPrep courses is provided by the World's best ."