The Flex Prep System FOR SAT & ACT


After 40 years (no big deal) of helping students prep for the SAT and ACT, we recognize that tutor-led prep isn’t for everyone. Some students work best on their own, others don’t have time for regular sessions, and yet others simply don’t want someone telling them what to do. But we’ve also found that every student, no matter their learning style, scores better on the test with at least a little bit of coaching. And that’s why we created the Flex Prep System, a revolutionary new approach to self-directed test prep. 

Unlike traditional tutor-led programs, Flex Prep lets you take the lead. Choose one of the three core components and get to work, select one of our comprehensive bundles, or go totally DIY and build your own prep plan. With Inspirica’s Flex Prep System, your prep will always be what, when, and how you want it. The only ‘right way’ to Flex is your way. 


  • About Flex Prep
  • OPTION 1: Select a Style
  • OPTION 2: Bundle & Save
  • OPTION 3: Go D.I.Y.
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No two students are exactly alike; much like fingerprints, each and every one of you is special, perfect, and unique. But, with that being said, there are definitely some general characteristics that groups of students share with regards to learning styles. Some learn best independently, others in small groups, and still others with dedicated one-on-one support; alternatively, many prefer some blend of those three options.

At Inspirica, we're committed to meeting every student where they are in terms of learning style, and that philosophy is the foundation of our Flex Prep system. At the core of Flex Prep are three component parts: an on-demand video library, a series of small-group test review classes, and a package of one-on-one tutoring sessions. Each component caters to one of the three basic learning styles we mentioned above, and each comes with a different curriculum of practice tests to ensure that you have as many opportunities as possible to refine the strategies & techniques you learn.

These individual pieces can be purchased independently, as a set, or in whatever combination matches your vibe the best. And the bigger your bundle, the more you save. Check out the tabs to the right for more details, and let Inspirica help you Flex on the test.

OPTION ONE: Choose one of three flexible self-directed components, then add others if and when you feel you need them.

On-demand video instruction, small-group classes, or individualized one-on-one coaching: which one matches the way you work best? Select-a-style and get access to all materials for a full year.

OPTION THREE: Build your own bundle and go totally DIY.

Most students find that one of the first two options works great for them, but at Inspirica, we're not about 'most'. So for all you mavericks, we're offering the ability to create your own bundle while saving money at the same time. Include only the components you want, then add additional features like our Agnostic Diagnostic test-selection service or extra one-on-one sessions to make sure you're optimizing your prep.

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