ACT & SAT 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.


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.


How many times should I take the ACT/SAT? Why can’t I just do it once and be done?  How far apart should my test dates be spaced? Learn more here.

ACT vs SAT: Which Test Is Right For You?


Give us a call, schedule a free consultation, or chat live with our team of test experts today! Whenever you’re starting, wherever you are, and however you work best, we’re here to help.


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

Moreover, the scoring on these tests is subjective. Rather than compare testers against an objective set of standards, these tests instead compare students against one another, using five years’ worth of data to balance out the minor differences in content from test to test. Because of this, there’s no advantage or disadvantage to testing on any particular date; test when you are ready to test, and test multiple times to maximize your chances of improvement. Learn more.