Do you have students in middle and high school who need help with standardized test prep?
Every top college is receiving a record number of applications. Since they can only accept a limited number of students, the requirements for standardized test scores increase every year.
- There are more standardized tests available now than ever before. They are regularly changing in content, structure and importance.
- An enormous amount of conflicting information is available everywhere. This can be incredibly confusing and detrimental to parents and students who are not trained or experienced in the admissions process.
- Parents and students struggle with lack of confidence, knowledge and time. Because of the number of available test prep options, parents can’t be sure they’ve chosen the most effective one.
- Parents have a a full schedule of other activities, students find it very difficult to balance test prep against other priorities.
Equip your child with the academic skills necessary for success.
SAT, ACT, and PSAT
No two tests are more important to college admissions success than the SAT and ACT.
Students in our courses see average score increases of 200-250 points on the SAT and 3-4 points on the ACT.
AP’s and SAT Subject Tests
Many top colleges require or strongly recommend taking SAT Subject Tests, and even for those that don’t, high scores create a more competitive profile.
AP scores are a less significant factor in college admissions, but most colleges do review them.
And more importantly for many families, a high enough AP score will often earn a student college credit, which in turn can lower college tuition and/or allow a student more time to focus on other college courses.
FLEX offers individualized instruction for all available AP and SAT Subject Tests.
ISEE, SSAT, TOEFL, “Junior” SAT/ACT and more
Standardized testing is a critical determinant of academic success long before most students’ junior or senior years.
Increasingly competitive middle and high schools now require prospective students to earn top scores on various exams.
And standardized test prep for younger students is about more than just a score. It cultivates critical reading/writing and fundamental math skills that are necessary for any and all academic success.