2019-2020 School Year
For Seniors looking to take the test for the first time or improve their scores from the Junior year.
Seniors will need to take the test in the fall or winter of the school year to get their scores in before applying for colleges. For seniors taking the test for the first time, we will focus on concept review, test-taking strategies, and timing strategies to make sure that students are fully prepared, in all areas, for the test. For seniors looking to improve upon a previous score we will dig deep into the results and focus in on the areas that will help them improve the most, as well as review timing and test taking strategies to help the reach their goal score.
For Juniors looking to take the test for the first time or improve their scores from the Fall.
In most cases, Juniors will wait for the winter or spring to take the SAT or ACT. This will give them a chance to learn as many math concepts as possible in school in order to be fully prepared for the test. We will focus on concept review, test-taking strategies, and timing strategies to make sure that students are fully prepared, in all areas, for the test.
What a sample prep plan looks like.
We offer an eight-session (for either the SAT or ACT) for $425 or twelve-session (for both the SAT and ACT) package for $625. The sessions are scheduled accordingly to take place twice a week for an hour leading right up to the test. We will spend two sessions on each of the main sections of the test (Math, Reading, Writing). The remaining sections will be split up between essay (if the student is opting to take the essay portion), science (for ACT only), and a timed mini-test to review strategies. The program is sufficient to introduce different tactics and strategies to the student as well as spend a little time practicing strategies. However, the more the student is able to practice the strategies on his or her own time, the better score he or she will get.