SAT Prep

Everything SAT

Sign up for the SAT

1.   Check out your calendar at home and select a date to take the SAT.

2.   Go online to www.Collegeboard.com and begin to register. 

You can open a College Board account and start to register for the SAT without knowing what date you plan to take the test. Start today at http://sat.collegeboard.org/home?navid=gh-sat.

Prep for the SAT

1.   Check out these online resources to prepare yourself for the test.

         Prepare Test Prep https://prepareforthesat.com/  Phone: 610-730-4876

Prepare Test Prep offers intensive ACT/SAT prep classes twice a week for six consecutive weeks, covering every aspect of both tests. Prepare has over a hundred testimonials on its website and offers continuing support for its students throughout their high school careers - for no additional charge. Register now for summer classes!

         Education Plus   https://www.educationplusinc.com/   Phone: 215-576-1096

Education Plus in Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, offers academic tutoring in all subject areas, as well as test preparation and counseling services. They offer an unbeatable combination of experienced tutors, flexible hours, and individualized attention.

         A+ Test Prep and Tutoring https://www.aplustutoring.com/about-us   Phone: 215-886-9188

A+ Test Prep & Tutoring offers a wide range of customized tutoring programs to students of all ages, including academic tutoring, test preparation programs, and Executive Function coaching.  Our one-to-one tutoring is available in your home, at your school, online, and at our office locations in Jenkintown and Gwynedd, PA.

For information on Requesting Accommodations on the SAT, click here.

A+ Crush Course! Launching November 16th IN PERSON at our Montgomeryville location! This course, which also has an online option, will prepare students for the March/April SATs and ACTs. This is not your typical test prep course. We combine the best of small group (6 students max) AND one-to-one instruction to provide a completely individualized program for each student at around half the cost of our full test prep tutoring program. Early bird price expires on October 29th, but space is limited to 6 students so don't wait. Register today!

We continue to offer free proctored SAT and ACT exams on the following Saturdays:

April 9, 2022 at 8:45 am (SAT)

April 23, 2022 at 8:45 am (ACT)

Upon registration, the student will receive a copy of the proctored practice test and a link to join the Zoom call. Each student is eligible for one free SAT and one free ACT proctored exam and feedback as a way for A+ to support students in our community.

To register for a free practice exam, click here.

Method Test Prep  https://www.methodtestprep.com/

Method offers short-form online classes specially scheduled to run during the week leading up to an ACT or SAT. Their 2-hour-per-night Power Classes provide straight-ahead, laser-focused sessions specific to individual sections of the upcoming test. Classes are recorded to accommodate missed sessions.

Kaplan Test Prep  https://www.kaptest.com/sat 

Kaplan offers classroom, online, and tutoring options. Kaplan’s exclusive SAT Channel provides interactive live online sessions taught by our team of teachers. Students tune in for the sessions they need most and get instant help with any questions they have.

The Princeton Review  https://www.princetonreview.com/college/sat-test-prep

Princeton offers self-paced, online, in-person, and private tutoring options. This program promises to maximize results with minimum time. 

INTOPREP  https://www.intoprep.net/

INTO PREP offers individualized tutoring and test preparation in-person and online. This program guarantees SAT/ACT score 270/6 points increase or a minimum score of 1500/33. They take their core values of integrity, respect, and performance seriously!

         H3 Business Services  https://www.learnexcelsucceed.com/test-prep

We help you succeed with customized practice tests, score analysis, learning style assessment, and guaranteed results! Sign up now at one of our two locations, Harleysville or Montgomeryville.        

2.   Take some online practice tests. 

Below are several sites which offer free SAT prep.  You can also borrow SAT prep books with sample questions from the Guidance Office. 

         Khan Academy   https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat

         Collegeboard  http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice

         Princeton Review  http://www.princetonreview.com/college/free-sat-practice-test.aspx

3.   Take a Prep Class at a local college.

         MCCC Academic Test Preparationhttps://www.mc3.edu/for-our-community/personal-enrichment/sat-preparation

Montgomery County Community College's well-regarded Academic Test Preparation Program, for grades 10 to 12, is known throughout  Montgomery county for the quality of its instruction, superior test prep, and impressive student score gains. You will learn to approach the test analytically and with confidence by practicing effective test-taking strategies; examining the kinds of questions, the content, and the format of the test and its sections; practicing the skills and techniques for each type of question; and reviewing useful approaches for eliminating guessing using actual test questions from past.

         Bucks County Community College (Upper Bucks Campus)

This course will prepare student for all sections of the SAT. Throughout the course, you will practice numerous actual SAT questions independently or in small groups, and always with the instructor’s guidance. You will learn and practice general test-taking tips and strategies. For more information, contact Donna Kirn at Donna.Kirn@bucks.edu or 215-497-8729.         

4.   Watch a video on SAT test strategies:    http://www.veritasprep.com/free-sat-lessons/videos/on-demand.php#video

 

SAT Subject Tests

Most of you will not need to take the SAT Subject tests but if you do, plan to take them when the information is fresh in your mind (sometime in the spring when you are completing the course). If you are planning to apply to a university or college that is fairly competitive, then you may be required to take 2 Subject Tests.  The Subject tests are mostly multiple-choice and will take about 60 minutes to complete.  You can take up to 3 Subject Tests on the same day, but you can’t take SAT I on the same day.  I’m pretty sure you wouldn’t want to do that anyway!  J 

Check out this link to College Board for more info on Subject Tests: http://sat.collegeboard.org/practice/sat-subject-test-preparation/approaches