Why prep with College Bound Admissions Academy?
How you prep for your college entrance exams is as important the score you receive – it can impact your bottom line. A high score may mean ‘preferential packaging’ at some schools – and that is why we recommend prepping – to put your best foot forward.
- We prep for every SAT test date.
- Class size is limited to 5 students to enable focused, one-on-one instruction.
- Average score increase is 130 points.
- Full length practice exams are individually graded, analyzed and returned for review.
- Do not delay in registering as our sessions are full months in advance.
According to the College Board, students who take the PSAT their sophomore and junior year score higher on the SAT than those who do not. Many students may want to prep for the PSAT in their junior year to qualify for National Merit Scholarships.
When should I take the SAT? How many times should I take it? How early should I start prepping? Should I send my scores in? What is a ‘good’ score?
SAT Subject Tests
What subjects are included? How many tests should I take? When do I take the Subject tests? Do colleges require Subject tests or recommend them?
Do all colleges accept the ACT? How do the scores compare to the SAT? When is the best time to take the ACT? How is it scored?
These are just a few of the many questions you may be asking. Many students and parents find the testing maze to be puzzling and daunting. We can help!
College Bound Admissions Academy’s SAT PREP Program is led by a team of experts with over 40 years of teaching experience. Our Critical Reading/English instructor is a specialist in English, reading comprehension & diagnostic testing. Our math instructor is a Lecturer in the Computer & Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Pittsburgh.
Call us today to schedule a complimentary consultation or attend one of our free workshops.