Test Prep Self-paced


An asynchronous test prep program for students who prefer to study on their own pace and schedule: get access to 10 hours of video lessons and practice tools and meet with a tutor for questions.
You pay only
for 10 hours
of video lessons

Recorded lessons for review

Didn't get it right the first time? Watch it again! All TutoringMax sessions on subscription plans are recorded and stored into your account for a year. You can easily review the tutor's explanations on your smartphone, tablet or PC.

Academic Success Guarantee

We guarantee that you will get better grades, or get your money back!
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Highly qualified tutors

Our tutors are certified teachers, high-achieving college students, and multidisciplinary professionals who are committed to helping students learn, gain self-confidence, and reach their full potential in school and beyond.

Student-centered services

We focus on meeting the needs of each individual student and encouraging them to explore the ways they learn best. We are concerned with more than academics, but with all areas that can affect learning and wellbeing, such as executive functioning and social emotional skills.

Homeschooling Support

Need help staying focused, organized, and learning effectively at home? We can help! Our tutors get to know each student's needs and learning style so they can create a personalized learning plan that complements homeschooling in an engaging way.

How it Works:
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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