I have to admit, I like it. I am doing their free trial period, and it was rather neat. When i signed up for it I had really bad timing (over hubby's surgery) and they sent me an email asking what I thought about it and I said well..really haven't had time to look it over. They graciously extended my free trial. Wasn't that nice of them??? Certainly wasn't what I expected.
If you want to hear what other people think of them, go to their testimonials page.
So what do I like about them?
Well..it's user friendly. I've been able to utilize their materials in my eclectic style of homeschooling (not every site can do that). They even have a video helping you to learn how to use their site. Now the video page is a bit quirky...I had to refresh it, which opened up a new window for my video player. BUT it worked, taught me more about the site. :)
From their website: (edited for brevity)
eTAP gives you K-12 Math, English, Science, and History, as well as SAT/GED/ASVAB test preparation, all on a single easy-to-use website! Your membership to eTAP includes access for the entire family and also includes access to all the grade levels and lesson subjects for one affordable membership fee.
A one-stop resource – eTAP provides comprehensive instruction for the core subjects of Math, English, History, and Science plus High School test preparation.
Easy to use – eTAP is entirely web-based, so there’s no software to install or learn. Navigation is user-friendly and intuitive.
Engaging/Increase Achievement – Lessons combine text along with coordinated video resources to better accommodate audio/visual learners and maximize learning for students with different learning styles. Content is presented in an easy-to-read, functional format. Vocabulary is age-appropriate. Research shows that most student's first choice of activity is the internet.
Portable – Students have access over the internet: at home, at the library, or even when traveling. Printable versions allow you to make hard copies when you don’t have internet access.
Family Subscriptions – Each subject includes grades K-12, so a single subscription is good for the entire family.
They lay out the instruction well. They start with the goal, move on to instruction, and follow that with practice exercises. Everything builds from one step to the next without odd jumps.
Cost for the program - and my one regret.
Now...it is a well-done program so if you can afford it, go for it. :)