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LEARNHUB.COM, AN online social learning network, has announced the availability of the world’s largest free Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) and Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) question banks on their site. is a first of its kind centralised online education destination for teachers and learners across the globe and has been launched by leading Canada based e-learning company Savvica Inc Educomp. Solutions Limited, India’s largest education company had acquired a majority stake in Savvica Inc last September.

The site, among other things, hosts communities to help students prepare for SAT and GMAT exams and will now include thousands of original practice questions. The question banks grow daily as members and staff add new questions. Over 1500 members are already using this innovative social interface to practice for exams, which includes tools to allow members to time themselves, debate solutions and strategy with each other, and to track their improvement over time.

"As one of the only alternatives to expensive books and courses, LearnHub’s free SAT and GMAT communities are catching on quickly, averaging 50 new members every day since their launch," said chief executive officer (CEO) Malgosia Green, Savicca Inc, founder and CEO.

With the launch and rapid growth of the SAT and GMAT communities, many top higher education institutions in America and Canada are turning to LearnHub for access to international student candidates. LearnHub is building on this success by fostering a similar community for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) and International English Language Testing System (IELTS) English proficiency tests and other similar topics.

In addition to helping with these standardised tests, these communities are also a hub of activity for domestic and international students to connect with academic recruiters. "There is nothing else like SAT., especially for Indian and international students who want to prepare to study in America," stated Koustabh Dolui, a SAT community member from Kolkata, "It’s where you find opportunities to study abroad."

About is an online social learning network. It is a free resource for teachers and students that include communities on hundreds of topics, and dozens of pedagogically-sound educational features. is run by Savvica Inc, a Canadian company. Educomp Solutiona Ltd, India’s largest education company has acquired a majority stake in Savvica Inc last September.

About Educomp Solutions

Educomp is the largest technology driven e-learning solutions provider and specialises in creation, management and delivery of learning content. Educomp Solutions Limited was established in 1994, with 25 offices worldwide, a fully owned subsidiary in America and over 1000 employees. It has partnerships with Wipro, Microsoft, Intel, World-Links and others. Educomp has introduced a wide variety of products and services to cater to students and teachers in over 15000 schools and is completing large scale education infrastructure projects to bridge the digital divide. A focused and integrated portfolio of products and services designed to provide complete learning solutions to students in the K12 space. Largest K12 digital content assets and library in India in English and eight regional languages in line with Central and state level syllabus for schools.

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