SAT SUBJECT TEST AND AP TEST PREP
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$240 per hour
Our approach to SAT Subject Test and AP Test prep relies on finding the perfect balance between reviewing content and honing test strategy. Many of the test-taking techniques that our tutors have mastered are extremely effective on these tests, but content necessarily makes up a more significant part of preparation 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 they’ll ensure that you go into test day feeling like an expert as well.
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our SAT SUBJECT TEST AND AP TEST PREP TUTORS
Not a big phone person? We get it. Take a look below to see our team of specialists for the AP courses and SAT Subject Tests; click on an individual tutor’s icon to see their availability and learn a little more about them, including their academic specialties. If you have specific questions, either about a tutor or about one of the tests, feel free to drop us a line in the chat in the bottom-right corner of your screen.
Whenever you’re ready, reserve a spot on a tutor’s roster by paying a one-time fee, then use the scheduling wizard to set up sessions at whatever days and times work best for you. It’s that easy.
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.