Take your studies to the next level.

Navigating the world of test-prep doesn't have to be daunting. 

 
 

Invest in developing learning skills that last a lifetime. 

Score Pattern Analysis
& Study Plan Coaching
Test Prep Tutoring & College Admissions Guidance
Anxiety Management 
& Study Skills

Standardized tests are comprised of certain types of repeating question styles.

 

To see big improvements fast, students must identify challenge patterns and learn how to strategically target their studies. 

Click here to see a list of subjects available for online coaching. 

It's common for students to feel anxiety about exams.

 

Learning ways to actively manage anxiety can help improve scores and promote positive mental health habits. 

15

Years of Experience

12

Standardized Tests

+190

Average SAT score increase

+6

Average Composite ACT score increase

Philosophy

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Students learn differently.

 

When students understand the ways they learn and study best,

they develop skills that will help them succeed in school and beyond.

Misunderstanding material is often due to a focus challenge

coming from students needing to receive the material in a different way.

 

A spark of excitement is often the difference

between rote memorization and true, conceptual understanding.

Let's talk about how we learn.

 
 

Learning

to Learn

People have different strengths when it comes to learning. 

Understanding what study methods work best for you allows you to encode information to long-term memory efficiently. 

Analyzing scores is essential to dynamically guiding study and maximizing improvement.

Test Prep Strategies

SAT I & II

ACT

PSAT

Pre-ACT

AP Tests

IB Exams

NY Regents

TOEFL

Private & Catholic School Entrance Exams:

ISEE

SSAT

SHSAT

TACHS

HSPT / COOP

Writing

Skills

English Grammar

Punctuation

College Application Essays

Test-specific Tips

Academic Essays

Research Papers

Works Cited Pages &

Bibliographies

Literary Analysis

Outlining & Planning

Formatting & Style

Editing & Proofreading

Creative Stories

Anxiety Management

Math anxiety?

Test-taking anxiety?

You're not alone. 

Learn test-taking skills

for working under

time pressure:

- goal-setting

- time-management

- study planning

& organization

- meditation & focus techniques 

Elementary & MIddle School Test dates

SSAT
 2022:
Jan 8
, Feb 26, Apr 23, Jun 12, Oct 15, Nov 12, Dec 10
2023:
Jan 7, Feb 25, Apr 22

Home-based SSAT testing is now available on select other dates: 
2022: June 10, 11, 12; July 8, 9

SHSAT
 2022: late October
(exact dates released by late summer)

TACHS
2022: early November
(exact dates released by late summer)

COOP
2022: early November
(exact dates released by late summer)

HSPT
2022: early December
(exact dates released by late summer)

ISEE
Lower and Middle Levels 2022: offered 3x/year in fall, winter, and spring/summer seasons

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high school

test dates

SAT
2022: Aug 27, Oct 1, Nov 5, Dec 3
2023: Mar 11, May 6, Jun 3, Aug TBD, Oct TBD, Nov TBD, Dec TBD

ACT
2022: Sep 10, Oct 22, Dec 10
2023: Feb 11, Apr 1, Jun 10, Jul 15*, Sep 11, Oct 23, Dec 11
*exam not offered in NY 


PSAT
2022: early/mid-October, exact date tbd

SAT 2 Subject Tests
2022, & 2023: see above SAT dates
*note that not all subject tests are offered on each test date

SSAT (Upper Level)
 2022: Jan 8, Feb 26, Apr 23, Jun 12, Oct 15, Nov 12, Dec 10
2023: Jan 7, Feb 25, Apr 22
Home-based SSAT testing is now available on select other dates: 
2022: June 10, 11, 12; July 8, 9


ISEE (Upper Level)
2022: offered 3x/year in fall, winter, and spring/summer seasons -- application required for exact dates

college

checklist for hs juniors & seniors

Juniors

- consider how your extracurricular activities will look to colleges

- talk with your counselor or a tutor about making a personalized plan for the next couple of years

- prep for and take the PSATSAT and ACT

- research colleges and plan visits
- draft material for college application essays

- consider applying for summer jobs or internships



Seniors

- take the SAT and/or ACT

- take SAT II subject tests

- reach out with specific questions to colleges

- meet regularly with your guidance counselor 

- write your college essays

- fill out and submit college applications

- ask teachers for letters of recommendation

- apply for scholarships and financial aid

 
 

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