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16 02, 2021

Do you offer a score increase guarantee?

By |2021-02-16T21:58:50-05:00February 16th, 2021|

Nothing in life is a guarantee! We know that's not a satisfying answer, but it's an honest one. If your child puts in the work, his or her score will increase. Our promise to you is that our instructors will provide your child with all of the tools necessary to raise his or her SAT scores.

16 02, 2021

What kind of increase can I expect to see in my student’s scores after SAT prep?

By |2022-10-10T10:10:54-04:00February 16th, 2021|

If a student is dedicated to their SAT or ACT prep program and puts in the work, her scores will improve. Exactly how much they will improve depends on the student's baseline scores, ability, and effort. A 50 point increase from a 1550 to a 1600 seems impressive to some, while a 200 point increase from 900 to 1100 might seem unimpressive to others. No matter what your student is capable of achieving, our instructors goal is to help them reach their greatest potential.

16 02, 2021

There are many test prep tutoring services around Wayne, PA. What makes your service different?

By |2021-02-16T21:50:27-05:00February 16th, 2021|

We eat, sleep, and breathe test prep. That's why our tutors sit for the official tests at least once a year. That means they show up at a high school on a Saturday morning, and take the SAT and ACT along with hundreds of teenage students. Our standards are higher than the competition's. To be hired, every tutor on our team has to receive scores of 1550+ on the SAT and 34+ on the ACT. Once hired, tutors undergo a rigorous 8-week training process which ensures that each instructor is equipped with the tools they need to maximize student success.

16 02, 2021

Aren’t the SAT and ACT becoming obsolete as more colleges become test-optional?

By |2022-10-11T09:28:46-04:00February 16th, 2021|

Not exactly. The latest research on test optional policies suggests that most students who do not submit scores are disadvantaged compared to those who do. Students submitting scores within or above a college's 50th percentile score range give themselves a competitive advantage. Who are the real winners by colleges going test-optional? Colleges. More information about this here.

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