Sophomore year is the perfect time to start SAT Test Prep by getting ready for the PSAT. The PSAT will change in 2015, followed by a new SAT in 2016. But the more things change, the more they stay the same.
I have studied the SAT since it changed in 2005. I have answered every question that the College Board has published (over 50 tests) and painstakingly categorized the concepts that are tested. My method works absolutely as long as the student works. Methods alone will do nothing without hard work.
Ultimate Test Prep: Perfect Score Guarantee 2400 – 30 sessions
No, I cannot “guarantee” that you will get a perfect score. But I can guarantee that you can buy an unlimited number of sessions and keep trying until your score goal is reached.
SAT Subject Test Preparation (formerly SAT II) –
Some colleges require SAT Subject Tests in addition to the SAT Reasoning Test. I primarily tutor the Math I & II Subject Tests and recommend that students take the subject test that corresponds to any AP classes they are taking.
College Application Essay Assistance
(Sessions arranged on an hourly basis)
One of my favorite things to do is help my students with their college applications, especially the essay. While I will not write it for them, I will interview them and get a good story from their lives to write about. And then read and edit essays. Please feel free to email me any essay and I will gladly take the time to read it.
SAT vs. ACT
Which test is best? The easy answer is one that you like the best. I personally like the SAT because it has more test prep material from the publisher. But I am equally comfortable tutoring both tests. Here is some material comparing the two tests.