Thanksgiving SAT Prep Intensive
Two days of intensive preparation over the Thanksgiving break will put you on the road to Score At The Top of your potential!
$99 Essay Review
Help your child stand out from the crowd.
The college application essay is considered one of the MOST IMPORTANT steps in the college application process. Working with a professional essay advisor, your child will benefit from immediate and insightful commentary about the form and content of their personal statement.
Our $99 special offers:
- One review of your child’s MS Word-formatted essay
- Feedback in the form of suggestions using MS Word's Track Changes
- Expert suggestions based upon your child’s essay advisor’s reaction to the essay
- A 15-minute conference with your child’s essay advisor to discuss the commentary
Acing the PSAT
A Free PSAT Prep Workshop
From the “comfort of your own computer,” you’ll follow our top test-prep tutors as they guide you through the most effective strategies for reading, writing, and math test questions. The two 90-minute webinar sessions complement each other. The first session will cover reading and writing; the second will address math. Both will include overall test-taking strategies for you to improve your score.
Verbal: October 6, 2020 @ 6:30 PM
Math: October 8, 2020 @ 6:30 PM
Establish Your Testing Calendar
Work with one of our esteemed Learning Center Directors to establish your testing calendar for the PSAT, SAT, and ACT. We'll guide you down the right path and help answer the following questions:
- Should my student prepare for the PSAT?
- Which test should my student take, SAT or ACT? Or maybe both?
- Is there an advantage to having my student take a summer test?
- How many times should my student take each test?
- Do schools prefer one test over the other?
- How can the Score At The Top Decision Plan help position my student for success?
SAT/ACT Decision Plan
Discover which test is right for YOUR child.
One of the most common questions we get is, "which test is right for me?" Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. Surveys have shown that ⅓ of students favor the SAT, ⅓ of students favor the ACT, and ⅓ of students don't favor either test. With odds like that, how do you choose? The easiest way to find out is to have your child take our in-depth assessment and discuss the results with one of our experts.