Our preparation methods are so effective when properly followed that we guarantee you will improve your SAT score (for example) by at least 100 points on actual tests. We don't play games as some courses do by giving you a contrived, difficult test the first day and then counting your increase based on that artificially low score. We work individually (but affordably) to ensure that each student gets the attention he or she needs; this is not a factory approach. Classes are held year-round in the continental U.S. We also help with essays for college and scholarship applications.
In addition to the regular classes we offer during the school year, we also have intensive summer courses, and students from all over have benefited from them. We also offer an extremely effective online PSAT/SAT prep course that uses video & audio to teach everything that appears on the SAT, with unlimited access 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for up to a year (extensions are available).
We also offer individual tutoring sessions for students who need help with a particular subject.
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