Get an SAT or ACT tutor!
Standardized tests are lame. You're a person, not a number. We get that.
However, investing in a better SAT or ACT score will open more doors. Let's open those doors together.
How We Do SAT & ACT Tutoring
Our SAT and ACT tutors are experts. They will prepare you for everything.
- 12 sessions, one hour each
- One-on-one with an SAT or ACT expert
- Improve practice test scores as you go
Students will take timed practice exams between tutoring sessions. We will analyze your results to find weaknesses. Then assign drills until you begin to recognize types of problems.
We will monitor improvement in real-time. When you take the actual exam, we will know what score to expect!
The Truth About The Sat & ACT
We get it. When it comes to the SAT and ACT, you don’t like it. We don’t like it. Your student doesn’t like it.
We call it “math with a gun to your head.” The exam requires you to solve problems fast. It even tries to trick you!
The only Way to study for the sat & act
Our preferred method of teaching mathematics involves taking our time. We like peeling back the layers. Understanding the depth of a problem. Basically the opposite of the SAT and ACT.
That being said, it’s important to get into your dream college. Improving your SAT/ACT score is the most impactful investment you can make.
Little Things Matter
10 hours of studying could take your score from 1200 to 1400! That makes you eligible for Ivy League universities! That’s why we designed the SAT master class tutoring sessions, to help you get there.
You will be matched with an expert SAT or ACT tutor that knows all the tricks.
A problem seems easy, you think you know the answer. That answer is in the solution set, you bubble it. Yet it’s not the right answer, it’s a trick! We'll teach you all the tricks, so you can own the SAT or ACT
Our SAT & ACT Tutors In the San Francisco Bay Area
His fascination with physics and mathematics began in High School. It's been a large part of who he is ever since.
Wilder earned his BA in Physics from Middlebury College in 2015.
He then developed an interest in computer science and math. So he picked up a major and minor, respectively.
Angelique has had two passions both of which she has been lucky enough to study and work in professionally.
The first is teaching mathematics. The second is Opera.
As a teacher, Angelique’s strength is her ability to connect with her students and her ability to break down difficult material with multiple representations.
San Francisco Testing Sites
The SAT is available at the following sites in the San Francisco Bay area:
- Take timed practice exams of both and see which you do better on.
- The advantage of the ACT is the math questions are more straightforward.
- The SAT has harder problems and more trick questions.
- The ACT has a science section that the SAT does not have. If you excel in science, consider the ACT.
- Students with learning differences tend to do better on the ACT.
- Students that excel in math tend to do better on the SAT.
You won’t know for sure until you take a timed practice exam for each. All students should do this.