K-12 Learning Test Prep Advantages:
Based on current college admissions standards (Test-Optional or selective major) and the state of Colorado graduation guidelines (https://www.cde.state.co.us/postsecondary/graduationguidelines), determine if your child should take the SAT or ACT.
– Take a baseline free ACT and/or SAT Practice Test.
– Review Test Results
– Review Test Prep Plan and Test Dates
Choose the days and times that work with your schedule.
– Affordable options. Ask about payment plans.
– Sessions tailored to what the student needs most.
– All work can be done during the sessions or work can be assigned after each session.
– We recommend starting test prep at least 6 weeks prior to the test date.
Since all students have different initial test scores combined with different goals, we are able to offer packages to match what students may need:
15 hour package – 12 hours of instruction plus one 3 hour assessment
30 hour package – 24 hours of instruction plus two 3 hour assessments
We do not recommend cramming for either test as students will typically perform better when studying for either test over a period of time.
Sessions can be focused on the SAT or ACT subjects that need the greatest improvement yet some time should be spent to go over test-taking strategies for all subjects.
Sessions are currently private.