Our approach to AP Exams and SAT Subject Tests relies on finding the perfect balance between reviewing content and honing test strategy. Many of the test-taking techniques that our tutors are masters of are extremely effective on these tests, but content necessarily makes up a more significant part of preparation here than it does for many other assessments.

Because of that, our tutors only qualify to work on these tests if they have extensive knowledge of the specific exam and its content; many even own graduate degrees in the relevant subject area. Your tutor will be an expert, and he or she will ensure that you go into test day feeling like an expert as well.


Our one-on-one 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.


One-on-one test prep starts at $250/hr. We customize our work to the unique needs of each student, so we require no upfront commitment of hours. You pay only for the sessions you schedule, and you are billed only after those sessions have been completed.  There are no fees for changing or cancelling an appointment so long as any changes are made more than 24 hours in advance. For complete details, see our locations and pricing pages. 


These tests can be confusing. Which schools require subject test scores, and how many do they require? Which subject tests should I take? What score do I need on my AP test to guarantee college credit? Fortunately, our team of experienced, knowledgeable Program Coordinators is here to answer any questions you might have about these tests. Then, if you’re ready to move forward, they’ll match you with the ideal tutor to help you maximize your score. Choose the day and time that work 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

Advanced Placement classes give students the chance to take college-level courses, master college-level content, and earn college credit while still in high school. College Board offers almost 40 different AP courses in a variety of subject areas, and most American high schools offer some number of those to their students. Every AP course has a corresponding exam, which is administered at the end of the term, and most colleges and universities will offer credit only to students who achieve a certain score on the relevant AP exam. Learn more here.

The SAT Subject Tests are a collection of 20 hour-long subject-specific tests that focus on content covered in classes traditionally offered to high school students throughout the United States. The results of these tests are used in the college application process in a variety of ways, with many schools requiring the submission of two different SAT Subject Test scores along with any application. Preparation for the SAT Subject Tests is typically done over the course of four to six weeks and involves two full-length mock tests, and most students take each Subject Test no more than twice. Learn more here.