Getting into college today is competitive—even with good grades. Colleges use many factors when determining students for admission. While general high school grades are one of these considerations, admission test scores are ranked higher on the level of importance in the admission decision. Research indicates that the right preparation will positively affect test scores. Based on our years of experience, we are confident that we can help you achieve your goals. Our instructors are experts dedicated to improving your performance. They will help to identify your trouble areas and show you how to master trick questions, all while reducing your stress. Our philosophy is that if you know what to expect and how to approach admission exams, your anxiety will be reduced, allowing a higher concentration level throughout your testing. Many students don't realize most colleges accept the best score from either the SAT or the ACT for admission. Each test is different; choosing the right one that best reflects your skills is essential to your success in college.
The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) has been around for more than 80 years. According to the Manhattan Review, in the late 90s, it was considered to be the most popular admission tests by approximately 10 percent; however, now its popularity has evened out with the ACT amongst test takers and college admissions.
Our SAT prep course was created to help students realize their weaknesses and to overcome them. Our expert instructors will help you do your best on the SAT.
*SAT and ACT are registered trademarks of the College Board, which was not involved in the production of, and does not endorse this product.
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