The sophomore year of high school is a great time to start thinking about the SAT/ACT and how to approach exam day. In fact, most students take the test multiple times. The SAT is the official state test, but the ACT remains a valid option for college admissions. Weigh the benefits and drawbacks to each test and decide which one plays more to your student’s strengths. Taking the test early is a great way to get a baseline score and identify potential colleges. It also gives your student an idea of the testing format and what types of questions to expect. CollegeDrive offers proctored practice tests and private tutoring to help you and your student achieve these early steps.
Each student has unique concerns and struggles when it comes to the SAT/ACT. Practice tests are an excellent way to identify your student’s strengths and weaknesses for the exam. Based on your student’s early scoring patterns, our personalized approach is designed to help improve your student’s scores. Our prep classes and tutoring programs are filled with tips and strategies to help your student succeed.
CollegeDrive offers a variety of programs suited to a wide range of needs and budgets. The ideal program depends on many factors, including the student’s GPA and previous test scores, if applicable. We can help you identify which test prep approach would work best for your student. Visit our programs page for more information, or give us a call today for a free consultation.