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Tips for a Perfect Score of 36 on ACT Reading

The ACT Reading test is the bane of many ACT test prep students’ existences, but it needn’t be! In this article, I’ll offer some observations about the nature of the ACT Reading test and some advice for students looking for a perfect 36. How... read more

ACT and SAT Test Day Tips

Tutoring is useful, but what really counts as far as SAT and ACT prep is concerned is your performance on the day of the test. In this article, I’ll offer some advice on how to do your best on test day! 1) Get a good night’s sleep I know this is easier... read more

Avoid These Careless SAT & ACT Math Mistakes

Avoid These Careless SAT and ACT Math Mistakes Even the best students make math mistakes. The SAT and ACT math tests can be difficult, intimidating, and tricky. However, most students don’t need to be able to answer the hardest problems in order to get an... read more

“Superscoring” on the SAT

Maybe you’ve been there: you’ve just taken the SAT a second time and improved your Reading score by 100 points only to see your Math score drop 100 points. Was the retake pointless? Not if you’re applying to colleges that superscore the test. Read... read more

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Our job is to increase your student’s scores on the SAT and ACT tests, plain and simple.

We use a variety of effective test prep methods and we keep students on their toes. In one tutoring session, we might review twenty SAT vocabulary words, isolate and practice three common types of SAT and ACT math problems that your student finds difficult, discuss and improve a practice essay, and study SAT and ACT Reading strategies.

Our instructional methods emphasize strategy, practice, pacing, confidence, humor, and a personal relationship with each of our students.

Because we hate being bored (with a passion!), we keep this dry SAT and ACT prep material from becoming boring to our students. “Wow, that last hour just flew by!” is one of our favorite compliments to get from students!

Most importantly, we’ll get results.

If you have questions, please contact us for free advice on SAT / ACT testing.

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The SAT Word of the Day is “DISDAIN”: a feeling of intense dislike and great scorn; contempt. Many people have a great deal of disdain for standardized tests, but they fail to recognize that these tests follow specific formulas and patterns which can be quickly learned and mastered! ... See MoreSee Less

The SAT Word of the Day is “DISDAIN”: a feeling of intense dislike and great scorn; contempt. Many people have a great deal of disdain for standardized tests, but they fail to recognize that these tests follow specific formulas and patterns which can be quickly learned and mastered!