If you Google search “SAT Tips” there are endless strategies and tactics to get you prepared for the test, but that doesn’t motivate the average high school student.
Think as a consumer: do you buy what you want or what you need?
If you answered the former, you’re being honest.
Outside of necessities, we are drawn to purchase what interests us.
Case in point: SAT/ACT tutoring is NOT attractive.
But you know what is? Your dream college.
Most high school students don’t know what they’re going to eat for lunch today, but where and why you’re going to college should be discussed early and often.
Statistics show most students will accumulate debt post-college and won’t land a job in their major. But a lot of that has to do with the backwards process of college counseling.
In high school, you’re urged to apply for college, but not guided on what you want to do as a career.
Attending college won’t solve that question for you. At best it will provide the resources and network to make life after college a smoother transition.
My point is: we are committed to increase your chances of getting into your dream school.
As mentioned earlier, GPA’s are more competitive now so the differentiator of college acceptance falls on SAT/ACT scores.
Focusing on your dream school is thinking big picture. That’s why test prep should be viewed as an investment for your future.
To be honest the education at a more prestigious University may not be better than your local college, yet once you decide what industry you’re interested in the higher SAT/ACT score gives you more options to choose from.
Motivation is about what’s next so if you’re thinking about working with us, know that our goal is to expand your college options. Where you decide to go is up to you.