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Test preparation is the single greatest academic point of stress and anxiety for our teenagers. We aim to take the pain out of test prep with customized programs based on only one person: YOUR student.

AP Exams, the SAT, and the ACT can be a big deal. With stakes so high, targeted preparation is essential for even the brightest student. At Tutoring Club, we are not a one-size-fits-all, classroom-style prep program that uses a large whiteboard and has 20+ students absorbing information at a singular speed. Instead, we believe in designing prep for each student around their unique abilities, strengths, and opportunities for improvement.

We find this approach to be the most efficient and effective means of reducing your student’s anxiety ahead of major exams and helping them achieve the best possible results. Like it or not, these universal examinations play a significant role in determining college admissions successes and the size and significance of financial aid dollars.

We Provide Prep For:

  • SAT
  • ACT
  • AP (Advanced Placement) Exams
  • IB (International Baccalaureate) Exams

What is a Test Prep Session Like?

Individualized Lessons

Tutoring Club believes that learning should be specific to your student. As such, we don’t do whiteboard-based, one-size-fits-all, singular pace instruction. Our tutors get to know your student and their unique learning style, strengths, and the areas in which they could use that critically important confidence boost.

Tutors Who Mentor

When your student arrives for their session, our tutors will greet them on a personal level, outline the goals of the session, and then do what they do best: teach. Based on your student’s last session and their understanding/performance, a new lesson is custom-designed to take their skills further and help them catch up, get ahead, and become more confident.

A Perfect Blend

Our tutors then spend the duration of the session engaging in example questions/problems with your student, allowing your student to then work independently to briefly show that they have retained the key material, and then talk through those matters in which your student needs a bit more instruction and support, with the end-goal of subject-matter mastery and independent learners.

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