We make test prep an important step in your education. 

A full course consisting of tuition in all sections of the ACT can take between two and six months.  Our curriculum has been developed by our own team of tutors - we focus on teaching the skills necessary to succeed at the ACT, not merely on repeated testing.  We are both creative and thorough in our preparation.

To optimize individual progress, our ACT preparation classes are run in small batches. Each batch consists of no more than five students and usually meets two or three times a week. For those with special requirements or schedules, we also teach the same content in one-on-one classes.

We are registered with US-based Academy Technologies, which allows both teachers, parents, and students to keep track of individual progress. This online system makes it possible to focus on the specific needs that each student might have, whether it be in punctuation, trigonometry, vocabulary, or data interpretation. It gives us insight into how individual students think and, thus, brings us closer to each student.

Our students improve their scores on average by 7.7 points


of our students improve their scores by

10 or more


of our students improve their scores by

6 or more


of our students improve their scores by

3 or more

SAT: Farewell, for now...

Due to the remodelling of the the SAT in March 2016 and the resulting scarcity of good teaching resources, we advise prospective students to take the ACT. The College Board has only released seven official practice tests for the new SAT, while the ACT has over forty official tests which one can use to prepare well. 

Note: It is a common myth that one must take the SAT. The ACT and the SAT are both accepted and equally regarded by all American universities.

Learn more about the differences between the SAT and ACT here.