GRAD TEST PREP

Short intro aimed at students. In-home one-on-one tutoring available in the greater Boston, Philadelphia, and New York areas. Online available for Upper-level students worldwide. Schedule a free consultation at the day and time of your choosing to get started. 

Short intro aimed at parents. In-home one-on-one tutoring available in the greater Boston, Philadelphia, and New York areas. Online available for Upper-level students worldwide. 

Personalized
Tutor Match

From start to finish, you’ll work with a single world-class tutor on a timeline that fits your already busy schedule.

One-on-One
Sessions

Weekly 90-minutes sessions cover testing strategies, concepts, and content, each adapted to your child’s unique needs.

Individualized
Prep

A practice plan tailored to your target scores and testing timelines using our state-of-the-art digital testing and curriculum platform.

LOCATIONS

In-person tutoring is available for the GRE, GMAT, and LSAT at our tutoring center at the Boston Sports Institute in Wellesley, MA. It is also available in-home throughout the greater Boston, New York, and Philadelphia metropolitan areas. 

Online tutoring is available worldwide. Sessions take place using Lessonspace, an easy to use distance-learning platform that allows the student and tutor to share screens, videos, documents, collaborative whiteboards, and more. 

PRICING

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SCHEDULE A FREE CONSULTATION

Explain what the call is for, why it is so helpful. Choose the day and time that works best for you and a member of our team will call to discuss your needs and begin customizing a program designed to achieve your goals. Calls typically last 20 minutes.

About the tests

The Structure of the Test is the challenge of the test

Although most of the concepts tested will be familiar to students, the format in which they appear will be new, making the structure of the test one of its most predictable challenges. This predictability is what makes these tests so amenable to preparation: with proper instruction and practice, students can learn to see through the test-writers’ misdirections to successfully answer questions that they would otherwise get wrong

Scores are calculated relative to other testers From Multiple Test Dates

Rather than compare testers against an objective set of standards, these tests instead compare students against one another. And because these tests are designed to serve the schools attracting the subset of students who are among the best in the nation, this subjective method of score calculation often results in scores well below what parents anticipate as they begin this process. This gap between expectations and reality can be closed with time and effort and is therefore a central focus of our test-prep programs.

Testing More Than Once Is To Your Advantage

Part of beating any test is giving yourself as many opportunities as necessary to succeed, and taking the test multiple times can be a great way to maximize chances for improvement. Planning a testing calendar well in advance of application deadlines therefore becomes an essential part of any preparation process, and our Program Coordinators are here to assist you every step of the way.

The Graduate Record Examination General Test, or GRE General Test, is required by nearly every graduate program in the United States as part of their application processes, and it is also often accepted by business and law schools in place of either the GMAT or LSAT. Students interested in pursuing advanced degrees should therefore expect to prepare for and take this test, which is a nearly four hour test of your math, vocabulary, and advanced reading comprehension skills. The test is typically administered via computer, so Inspirica’s approach to the test includes a mix of content, structure, and strategy, preparing you for the variety of complex tasks you will face on test day.

For more, see our complete breakdown of the GRE, including details on test format, scoring, registration, test dates, and our approach to preparing for this test.

An Overview of the GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is used by business schools throughout the United States for admissions. Much like the GRE, the GMAT involves material students often have not seen since high school, so preparation typically requires a mix of tutoring and extensive self-study. Testing is done on individually scheduled dates at private testing centers and using a computer system that adapts the test to each student’s individual performance. This question-adaptive computer interface is one of the most unique aspects of the GMAT, and it means that practicing the process of taking the test is just as important as mastering the content that is tested.

For more, see our complete breakdown of the GMAT, including details on test format, scoring, registration, test dates, and our approach to preparing for this test

The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is used for admission to law schools throughout the United States. As the LSAT is the most difficult of all the standardized tests used for graduate admissions, preparation tends to be extensive, often lasting six or more months and involving numerous practice tests. Most students test two or three times, with the dates scheduled far in advance. The LSAT is a more “traditional” test than the GMAT and GRE: though it will transition to digital administration beginning in July 2019, it is not an adaptive test, which means that students will receive the same pre-selected set of questions regardless of their performance during the test.

For more, see our complete breakdown of the LSAT, including details on test format, scoring, registration, test dates, and our approach to preparing for this test

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