**2019-2020 ACT & SAT Success**

**With the implementation of Google Forms as a learning modality in 2018, I saw dramatic changes in SAT scoring by my students. In November 2019, two of my SAT students raised their scores 200 points! In April 2020, my ACT students brought their scores from the high 20's (27 & 28, respectively) to composite scores of 30 each!**

**It's super important for students to not only take a guided course to prepare for the ACT & SAT but also to have 1-on-1 tutoring to keep students focused while they manage a busy schedule! This is especially true for Honors and AP students who need that extra support to cheer them on & get them through the school year! SAT & ACT are more important than your AP class! Consider taking a lighter load to focus on what's more important:**

Your ACT/SAT Score!!!

Your ACT/SAT Score!!!

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__Diagnostic SAT__**I'm a huge believer in muscle memory for long-term memory. I've been able to learn two other languages independently and I love to share my learning strategies and apply them to the SAT. The SAT is another language and an exam that students need to train their brains for on a DAILY basis.**

Students in other countries begin studying for the SAT on day 1 of high school but yet most families have their students take a prep course for thousands of dollars the semester before their exam date. If you're a parent with a sophomore in high school, consider having them tutored the summer after sophomore year. They'll study SIGNIFICANTLY better without heavy course loads and extracurricular activities when they're required to take it in their junior year.

Students in other countries begin studying for the SAT on day 1 of high school but yet most families have their students take a prep course for thousands of dollars the semester before their exam date. If you're a parent with a sophomore in high school, consider having them tutored the summer after sophomore year. They'll study SIGNIFICANTLY better without heavy course loads and extracurricular activities when they're required to take it in their junior year.