Kaplan Passes Out Free E-Study Guides For Mobile Users, But Download iBooks First

If you’re having trouble accessing those free Kaplan test prep books we told you about a few days ago, make sure to download the iBooks app first. It makes the book download happen all lickity split.

Earlier today I was trying to get the books on my iPhone 4 and the screen just kept flashing between a Safari page and an iTunes page. After getting the free Apple iBooks app, though, the books downloaded quite smoothly. Now I’ll be sweating over logic problems in no time.

To recap, Kaplan is giving away over 90 free standardized test prep books, but you’ll have to visit http://kaplanpublishing.com/iTunes on your mobile browser to get access. SAT, MCAT, GRE, ETC. ETC, it’s all there free until August 30.

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  1. mobiuschic42 says:

    “For iPhone Users” != “For Mobile Users” …way to get my Android-owning hopes up :(

    • psm321 says:

      This. Please don’t equate people who shell out for Apple devices with all mobile device users

      • kayfouroh says:

        Please don’t equate those who “shell out for Apple devices” as unequals.

        Don’t be jealous ;)

        • mobiuschic42 says:

          Um, no one said anything about jealousy, but this article clearly says “Mobile Users” and there is a large set of Mobile Users who are NOT iPhone users. I like my boyfriend’s iPhone and I don’t have any problem with them, but they are NOT the only mobile devices.

    • Michaela says:

      I agree. It made my Palm Pre Plus sad…

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  3. DariusC says:

    Does Kaplan do DSST and CLEP?

  4. CherieBerry says:

    This is the second time you have posted this. Is Kaplan paying you to promote their guides?

    • Twonkey says:

      Yes, because with several different editors working on the site, there’s never been a single duplicate story before, right? Of course the answer has to be that they’re on the take! :P

  5. DAK says:

    Any relation to the Kaplan “University” people? If so, stay far, far away.

  6. Twonkey says:

    I can’t connect. I should be able to, but it just sits there trying to connect, and has been for about a half an hour now. I’m not stressing it, though it would have been kind of cool to see what they have to offer, but I just wanted to give folks a heads-up that they might not be able to get in to snag these.

  7. Shoemaster says:

    Actually there are no free LSAT books, probably thanks to the LSAC’s licensing fees.

    • one swell foop says:

      Honestly, it’s worth it to take the class. The verbal instruction adds a great deal of depth. I can’t imagine having taken the LSAT without doing a course first.