Grad School Test Prep for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT in Florida

Innovative, creative and successful private and semi-private tutoring for GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT and other admission tests

Score At The Top provides students with the most innovative, creative, and successful private and semi-private tutoring for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and other admission tests. Our cutting-edge strategies for these tests achieve results that speak for themselves. There is no one better than Score At The Top for preparing students for graduate school admission tests! Our test-prep curricula for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, and MCAT were designed by Score At The Top founder, Judi Robinovitz, who worked for Educational Testing Service for 23 years, and consulted to the College Board for whom she designed and developed their first test-prep software and wrote strategy chapters of their first test-prep books (College Board scaled back the books because Judi’s strategies were too insightful!). Judi also consulted to the Graduate Record Examination Board and the Law School Admission Council, designing software for both of them, most notably the Law School Credential Assembly Service. No other test-prep provider can boast of a pedigree like ours!

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Private Test-Prep Sessions

Do you want the most efficient and effective LSAT, GRE, GMAT, or MCAT prep? Then our private tutoring is for you!

  • Flourish with 1-on-1 attention
  • Flexible curriculum: focus on your specific needs
  • Practice with actual tests
  • Turn weaknesses into strengths
  • Build confidence
  • Maximize score gains

Our private tutoring sessions are designed to make test-takers more comfortable with the test-taking experience, increase their scores and self-confidence, and teach skills that are as important in school and life as they are on the LSAT, GMAT, GRE, or MCAT. Interactive sessions focus on test familiarity, content, and the test-taking strategies students will need to score at the top of their potential. A comfortable but lively pace provides significant opportunity for questions and answers. We begin with an overview of the GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or MCAT and proceed to introduce the most effective strategies for each of the test’s question types. As each question type is examined, students use their newfound strategies to solve and then discuss actual test questions. For tests that include math, a thorough review of the most commonly tested math concepts is integrated into the curriculum, with significant emphasis on effective shortcuts, time-saving approaches, and valuable checking strategies. Students do homework in preparation for each session; that homework typically consists of either an actual full-length MCAT, GMAT, LSAT, or GRE, or selected test sections, vocabulary-building, math drills, and/or outside reading. With confidence-building incorporated into every session, Score At The Top students truly become test smart!

Because we believe in close collaboration with parents, a student over 18 years of age can sign a release to have our tutors email to their parents a session summary report after every GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or MCAT tutoring session.

Finding the Best Tutor

Matching your learning style and personality to a great tutor is our top priority. Our graduate-school test-prep tutors have personally scored high on the tests which they tutor or have developed exemplary proficiency in their content areas. They truly understand the test-taking process!

Finding a Partner for Semi-Private Sessions

Some students like to prepare for the GRE, LSAT, MCAT, or GMAT with a compatible student whose needs are similar. In addition to creating “friendly competition” with a peer, semi-private students receive virtually the same individualized attention as private students, but at a reduced cost. Sign up with a friend or let us match you to a great partner.

Student Materials

  • Actual tests with detailed scoring analysis
  • Focused drills with hundreds of real test questions