Begin with our short SAT vs ACT diagnostic test to determine whether the SAT or the ACT is right for you.
Start prep early. Consider the summer between sophomore and junior year. This is a great time to start, without all the pressures of homework, exams, etc. Or start in the fall for early spring exams. However, most students start in the winter and prepare to take exams in the spring of their junior year, in plenty of time for college applications.
Consider whether you learn better working one-on-one with an instructor or in a small, online group setting. We offer both options and can tailor a program around your needs. Please reach out to us so we can help you decide.
We recommend a minimum of 12 weeks to prepare. Of course, we understand life gets in the way, so if you don’t have 12 weeks, we can certainly prepare a targeted prep course just for you.
Show this test who’s the boss! We want you to score big the 1st time you take the SAT, however, this is a challenging test that may require multiple attempts to reach your target score. We teach you all the specific strategies to succeed on this exam from deconstructing this test, only focusing on what matters.
Jeremy is our education guru. He has years of experience working as an educator with students of all ages, using cutting-edge academic and test-prep curricula to take learning to a new level. He has helped students score in the top percentiles on SAT’s, ACT’s, and receive top marks in many academic subjects. He brings a wealth of knowledge to our company, with a dynamic vision for innovation and market growth. Jeremy earned a BA from Washington University in St. Louis and an MPA from the University of Pittsburgh.
Jason has always had a thirst for education, whether it be for himself or for others. He is currently training to be a public speaking tutor for his university colleagues and, in addition, plays a central role on the Committee for Political Engagement, where he works to educate the student body on all matters political. At ConnectPrep he serves as the point man for social media, but when he gets the chance likes to try his hand at everything from analytics programming to web development. In his spare time you can expect to find him practicing fake law as a member of his school’s mock trial team, promoting class council initiatives, or working on his soccer “skills.” Jason currently attends the University of Rochester, majoring in Economics and Political Science.