ACT & SAT PREP
If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the years, it’s that one size doesn’t fit all when it comes to test prep. From testing timeline to preferred format, there are a number of variables that affect how, when, and where each student is most likely to improve. Our ACT and SAT prep options are carefully crafted to reflect that fact.
Whether you’re looking for one-on-one or small-group, structured or self-guided, in-depth or a quick review, we’ve got something that will be perfect for you. The one constant is that every option is designed and taught by the best team in the business; that’s just as true today as it was 35 years ago. So whenever you’re starting, wherever you are, and however you work best, we’re here to help.
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ACT vs SAT: Which Test Is Right For YOu?
Many people make the mistake of thinking that there’s no real difference between the two tests: both 3-letter acronyms, both terrible ways to spend a Saturday, so they’ve got to be similar, right?
Not so much. These two tests are actually quite different, and every student is more likely to succeed on one than on the other. We’ve got good news, though: Inspirica’s Agnostic Diagnostic simulates both tests in a single sitting and then provides you with a clear recommendation of which one best fits your individual testing style.
Sign up for just $49, and for a limited time get a $99 credit towards any prep program. We can help you waste the test without wasting your time — it’s ACT SAT test selection made easy!
Additional ACT/SAT PREP RESOURCES
Maybe you’ve heard that colleges prefer one test over another? Or that because the ACT includes science, only students who like science should take that test? Or what about the idea that you have to prep for months to move your score? We’re here to set the record straight.
Unlike most tests, the ACT and SAT aren’t primarily testing your knowledge of facts or your ability to apply the concepts you’ve learned in school—the structure of the test is its primary challenge, and unless you prepare for that, you’ll never achieve your best score. Learn more.
Enough time has passed since the beginning of the COVID pandemic that a new wave of students is making plans to prepare for and take the ACT or SAT. In this post, I’ll lay out some of the main messages that I’ve been giving to my students over the past year – sort of a ‘2021 COVID Testing Primer’. Let’s get started.
Despite the title of this post, the SAT Writing & Language section does not require you to actually write anything. Instead, it tests your ability to pick effective writing using proper grammar, punctuation, and rhetoric
In my experience, students either love or hate the Writing & Language section of the SAT. This section has the benefit of being the most overtly consistent from test to test, and students who have
Scoring on the ACT is a topic that’s both complicated and extremely important (which is why this is my third blog post that covers it). Understanding how ACT scoring charts work and why they differ from test to test can help you approach test day with fully open eyes, so let’s take a look.
When the College Board overhauled the SAT in 2016, they did more than change the content and scoring: they also tried to make third party prep and resources obsolete. In preparation for the new SAT,
Despite the hopes of many, all of the world’s problems were not immediately solved when the calendar flipped from 2020 to 2021. It’s fair to say, however, that signs point to the fact that things are at least heading in a more encouraging direction: College Board has announced that Subject Tests are finally dead.