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Join the Educational Partner Program and Offer a 15% Discount on all PPI-Published Products

The Educational Partner Program is an easy-to-join system that allows qualified university instructors, student groups, and non-profit organizations to offer a 15% discount on exam review products published by PPI.

To qualify as a new Educational Partner, click Sign Up.


How does it work?
Apply online to become an Educational Partner. Once you are qualified, all PPI-published products will be available to your members, students, and/or customers at a 15% discount. You will receive a unique URL for you to share with others, as well as, the ability to place a graphical link directly on your website. PPI will manage the entire program for you including secure purchases, product returns, shipping, and inventory. Educational Partners are responsible for informing their members, students, and/or customers about the offer and the URL. Your members, students, and/or customers can then purchase review products with their own payment method, and have them shipped directly to them.

Who can qualify?
Professional societies, state chapters, university departments, and leaders of established student groups are invited to apply.

How do I get started?
Qualify by providing some basic information about your group and how you plan to publicize your discount to your group. PPI will contact you the next business day to help you get started. You'll receive your group's URL to place in emails, on announcements, and on your website.

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Join the hundreds of organizations that have joined the Educational Partner Program.

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