Jun 21, 2021
Don’t let the delay in exams hamper your preparation. At PrepLadder, we empathize with our students to nurture them to be exam-ready and help them own their dream! We are with you on this journey to help you bag your dream seat. Given below is a list of PrepLadder extension plans to help you go on with your preparation smoothly:
You can now extend your 2021 ELITE Plan for 1 Month, 2 Months, 3 Months, 4 Months, and 6 Months. To renew your plan, click here.
Get long-term extension plans for 9 Months, 12 Months, 18 Months, and 24 Months on your 2021 ELITE Plan. To renew your plan, click here.
As a Rapid Revision Premium User, you can only extend your RR pack for 4 Months. Visit the application to renew your subscription.
The short term extension plans available for 1 Month, 2 Months, 3 Months, 4 Months, and 6 Months and their prices are ₹3,000, ₹5,000, ₹7,000, ₹8,000, and ₹12,000 respectively.
The long term extension plans are available for 9 Months, 12 Months, 18 Months, and 24 Months and their prices are ₹13,500, ₹16,000, ₹18,500, and ₹21,000 respectively.
The extension plans are available for purchase as long as your subscription does not expire.
Your current plan won’t be affected, only your pack validity will increase as per the extension plan you’ve purchased.
There are currently no limits on how many extension plans which can be purchased.
Only those users who have a premium subscription of the 2021 ELITE Plan.
To purchase the 6 months’ extension on the 2021 ELITE Plan, visit click here.
The extension prices are already discounted so no coupon codes are needed.
No, you can purchase the short-term plans only when you have remaining validity. Also, the new validity will add to your existing validity.
Only those that have purchased the RR pack separately during the launch offer can extend their pack for 4 months. The extension price for RR is ₹7,000.
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