Generally: 3 months in advance.
That’s average, but it’s better to be more prepared than less prepared right?
There’s tons of factors including: hours spent studying per week, self-study vs. online tutoring, time before test date, budget, etc.
Factoring all that take this into consideration…
The SAT/ACT counts for 25% of your college admission plus scores are accepted on a “curve” for each university. That means the more competitive of a school you are applying for, the scores to be considered will be higher.
Ask any high scoring former student their secret to success: hard work.
If you’re a fast learner you can speed up the pace, but we wouldn’t recommend tutoring with us for less than a month’s period. Of course, ultimately it’s your call, but be warned your expectations need to match your work ethic.
Generic answers aren’t a “one size fits all” approach which is why our focus on matchmaking makes so much sense.
Online tutoring is customized learning so if you want the real answer, let’s hop on the phone and complete a student profile to find the right tutor for you!