ACT and SAT Prep Sessions
College bound high school seniors are anxious to receive a letter congratulating them for being accepted into their college or university.
College and Universities all have an expectation of the caliber of student they accept.
A student's ACT/SAT score largely affects whether he or she will be accepted into the college of his or her choice.
Our ACT/SAT tutorials help students prepare for these rigorous assessments.
Students should begin taking college entry exams in the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year.
STUDENTS MUST HAVE A PRELIMINARY ACT or SAT SCORE BEFORE COLLEGE PREP TUTORIALS BEGIN.
Which assessment is best for you?
The SAT takes 3 hours.
The ACT takes 2 hours and 55 minutes
Writing is optional on both assessments. The decision to take the writing portion should depend on whether or not your college of choice requires a writing score.
The SAT essay focuses more on comprehension of the source test.
The ACT essay focuses more on evaluation and analysis of the text.
The SAT has 154 questions.
The ACT has 215 questions.
The SAT has 5 reading passages.
The ACT 4 reading passages.
The SAT includes vocabulary questions.
The ACT has no vocabulary questions.
Math & Science
The SAT allows calculators to be used on SOME math questions.
The ACT allows calculators to be used on ALL math questions.
The ACT includes a Science section
There is NO guessing penalty on either assessment.
The SAT tests critical thinking and problem solving skills.
The ACT is content based.