Online Test Prep

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We are pleased to offer superior quality and very affordable self-paced online test prep crafted by industry experts. These proven methods work with your child's unique learning style to increase scores, earn more financial aid, and get into the schools they admire. 

Work Around Your Schedule

High School is a busy time, so the lessons are organized into easy to manage 15 minute segments. Students appreciate the flexibility to engage in the lessons when it works for them!

Improve Your Score!

Proven to help students increase their scores. Students typically see an average gain of 150 points on the SAT and 3 Points of the ACT. 

Crafted by Experts

With the understanding that all students learn differently, this online prep uses audio, visual and written methods to teach concepts and strategies that will ensure test success.

Accessible from Any Device

Optimized for smartphone and tablet access

Comprehensive Check List

The checklist is built with students in mind. Each lesson is less than 5 minutes long and contains examples. After the lesson there is a short quiz so students can practice the strategies they have learned. All quizzes contain immediate feedback including a video explanation, audio explanation and a written explanation.

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Diagnostic Testing

Through the diagnostic testing, determine which test is best suited for  personal strengths.

Pricing

If you are working with one of our consultants through an All Inclusive Package, this comprehensive online test prep is available at a discounted rate and includes both ACT and SAT prep. This program is also available to hourly students or students outside of our practice.  Contact us for pricing and to get started on the road to better test scores!

More Features

Vocab Builder

Every student needs to improve their vocabulary. Learn over 300 college-level words with this tool.

On Demand Quizzes

Personalized quizzes based on which concepts are giving you trouble.

Bonus Videos

Additional videos such as "The 5 biggest mistakes students make on the SAT and ACT."