College, SAT/ACT, Test Prep

How Competition Makes The SAT/ACT More Important


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Did you know that your SAT/ACT score accounts for 25% of college admission?

GPA is 50% while the remaining 25% is made up of extra curricular activities (volunteering, clubs, sports, etc.).

BUT since weighted GPA’s are rising maintaining a 4.0 or higher isn’t that exclusive anymore…

Therefore SAT/ACT scores are the difference maker when it comes to deciding whether you or someone else gets into the college of their dreams.

The reason why is: it’s much harder to get a perfect score on the SAT/ACT.

Which is why SAT/ACT prep becomes more important!

Also, the SAT/ACT is NOT a measurement of how smart you are as a student. Many “A” students score low while “C” or below students score high. It’s because the test makers write the test in order for you to do poorly on it.

When else in your high school career are you going to sit through a 4 hour test? (let alone be away from your mobile phone for that long)

Our tutors focus on helping students demystify the test. For example, we teach you how to identify the types of questions on the test and eliminate wrong answers before you even read the entire question!

If you can take out 2 wrong answers prior to examining the problem your chances double (25% to 50% choosing the correct answer)!

We’re not saying take your grades lightly. Instead take your SAT/ACT prep more seriously!

Your score closes the gap between making your dream school a reality.

Don’t delay. Get started here!

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