TEST PREP ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
The earlier you start preparing for college admission tests, the better your chances of having a peaceful and positive testing experience and getting into your school of choice. Choose a plan that best fits your needs.
9 months | 2x per week
6 months | 2x per week
3 months | 2x per week
1 month | 2x per week
How it Works:
Choose your grade level and the learning plan that best fits your needs
One of our academic advisors will contact you to find out more about your needs and goals, schedule your online lessons, and connect you with an expert tutor
Attend your 1:1 live session with a private tutor from the comfort of your home
Watch your lessons as many times as you want within a year of purchase. All tutoring sessions are recorded and stored into your account
Reschedule your lesson, change or cancel your plan at any time
What is the difference between SAT, ACT and GRE
The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is designed to measure a student’s readiness for college. It also provides colleges with scores that allow them to compare potential students for admission. Overall, the higher you score on the SAT, the more options for attending and paying for college will be available to you.
The ACT (American College Test) is designed to provide colleges and universities with data on a student’s mastery of high school concepts and to help guide students in planning for life after high school. The higher you score on the ACT, the more options for attending and paying for college will be available to you.
The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is used by graduate and business schools to make admission and fellowship decisions. Many graduate programs require scores from the GRE General Test as part of a complete application, and some also require or recommend scores from one or more GRE Subject Tests (biology, chemistry, English literature, math, physics, and psychology).
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