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"Unlocking Success: A Step-by-Step Guide to Initiating SAT/ACT Preparation"

As of Summer 2024, is your student a rising...

Skill Builder Boot Camps

As a rising 7th or 8th grade student, we recommend student's begin their journey in our Vocab and Math Builder Camps! 

These camps are designed to build the foundation for student's SAT preparation. 

7th an 8th

Skill Builder Boot Camps and SAT Level 1 & 2

As a rising 9th grade student, we recommend they begin their journey in our Vocab and Math Builder Boot Camps. For the Verbal Camp, we do offer both a Level 1 and Level 2 if your student needs extra support in the Verbal section of the exam. 

 

Students then transition into SAT Level 1 where they will cover both Math and Verbal content. SAT Level 2 is a continuation of the course work and both levels are a great jump start to our program. 

9th

Does your student have PSAT Scores? 

Test Check

Diagnostic Testing

We ask our students to begin with a Diagnostic Exam in order to determine the topics they need the most support in. 

Dignostic Testing

PSAT or Diagnostic Test Score Range

*This is just a general recommendation. Of course, we are happy to speak with you about your student's particular needs any time. Call in at 610-525-2840 or schedule a time to connect.

Score Range

SAT Level 1 and 2 Boot Camps + Individual Tutoring
OR
40 Hour Group Class

Depending on your student's schedule, there are two recommendations: 

1. Attend SAT Level 1 Boot Camp with the option to join SAT Level 2 Boot Camp. Students would then complete the course work in 1 on 1 sessions with a tutor.

2. Attend the 40 Hour SAT Course. Students have the option to prepare for the August SAT or October SAT. Learn more about each schedule below!

Students starting their preparation in September should reserve 16 weeks to complete all necessary coursework. Students utilizing the 10 weeks of Summer will receive a larger weekly homework assignment. 

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Individual Tutoring Sessions
OR
40 Hour Group Class

Depending on your students schedule, there are two recommendations: 

1. Work in a 1 on 1 setting with a tutor and complete homework independently. If students are interested they could jump start their prep in a Boot Camp if they are looking for more structure and guidance on how to study and work through our course. 

2. Attend the 40 Hour SAT Course. Students have the option to prepare for the August SAT or October SAT. Learn more about each schedule below!

Students starting their preparation in September should reserve 16 weeks to complete all necessary coursework. Students utilizing the 10 weeks of Summer will receive a larger weekly homework assignment. 

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