Test preparation includes:
For High School Students:
- SAT and SAT subject tests
- And others!
For College Students And Beyond:
- And others!
Proprietary manuals are supplied at no extra cost. Sessions will include practice tests, as well as work on individual sections that will improve scores and comfort level with the exam.
All test preparation will be billed at an hourly rate, which will vary depending on the tutor used. There is no minimum number of hours required.
We regularly work with students who have test prep accommodations in place.
Check out further details below regarding some of the exams mentioned above.
Why take the SAT?
The SAT provides free college planning resources that help you choose and apply to colleges that fit you best.
The SAT connects you to scholarships and merit aid to help you pay for college.
If you opt in to the Student Search Service when you register for the SAT, you'll hear from colleges, universities, and scholarship programs looking for students just like you.
The New and Improved SAT
The SAT changed as of March 2016! The SAT will continue to assess skills in reading, writing, and math. Additionally, it will focus on the knowledge that current research shows is most essential for college and career readiness and success.
- There will be no penalty for wrong answers
- The essay will be optional
- The tests will look more like the work you are doing in classes
SAT Subject Tests
Stand out to colleges:
SAT Subject Tests can help you differentiate yourself on college applications. You may also be able to skip intro-level courses and earn college credits. There are 20 SAT Subject Tests available in five general subject areas: English, history, math, languages, and science.
Show what you know:
Subject Tests are the only national admission tests you can take to show your strengths in the sciences, history and foreign languages.
When to take them:
If you are taking the SAT Subject Tests, it's a good idea to take them soon after you take the related courses, when the material is fresh in your mind.
Why take the ACT?
There are many reasons to take the ACT. The ACT is accepted by all US colleges and universities and is the nation's most taken college entrance exam. The writing portion of the ACT is now optional as well.
What is the PSAT?
The PSAT is a two-hour exam given once a year in October. Many students take the PSAT at school, not only in preparation for the SAT, but also to qualify for the National Merit Scholarship Competition.
The PSAT has a separate math and verbal sections and a third section testing English grammar. Each section is scored on a scale of 20 to 80. The total score of the exam is a combination of each section.
Why take the PSAT?
Almost all students take the PSAT during their junior year at school. The scholarship competition (National Merit Scholarship) awards approximately 8,200 scholarships annually. Cutoffs vary from state to state.
It is a great idea to take this exam because students can receive feedback on their strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college. This exam is also indicative of how will your student will perform on an actual college entrance exam (the ACT or SAT).