Summer can mean a never-ending stream of video games, social media, and late nights for your teen. But it’s also one of the BEST times to study for the SAT and ACT. If you are planning your summer activities for your high school-aged students, don’t rule out summer SAT and ACT test prep! Without the burden of homework and extracurricular activities, your students can focus on their futures with a targeted Z Prep! Online test prep program.
Enrollment is now open for our June and July online test prep classes. Space is limited, so register today to secure your spot!
- In-depth diagnostic testing identifying your student’s strengths and weaknesses
- Detailed reporting with projected score ranges for the SAT or ACT
- Online video demonstrations from a top tutor showing how to solve SAT and ACT problems
- 12 hours of live, online instruction taught by an expert SAT or ACT instructor
- All sessions are recorded in HD for easy playback and reinforcement
- Additional self-guided video study modules for students to watch at any time
- Flexible summer scheduling makes it easy for students to attend
- Easy online access – requires Windows 7 or higher OS and Firefox or Chrome browser
Here are 5 tips all students can use to get a jump on these important college entrance exams:
- Know your test dates. Whether you plan to take the SAT, ACT, or both (which we highly recommend!) you’ll need to know when each test is offered so you can plan your study plan accordingly. It’s important to know that the SAT will be offered in August for the first time this year!
- Figure out your strengths and weaknesses for the test. Is there a subject area you need to brush up on before the test? Do you generally struggle with test anxiety? Knowing what your potential problem areas are prior to the test gives you ample opportunity to work on improving those skills before the big day. If you’re unsure, our diagnostic test can help you pinpoint these areas.
- Think ahead. Start looking at colleges. Start thinking about possible majors or areas of study. Start thinking about scholarships and grant opportunities. A good score on the SAT or ACT can help improve your chances of getting into the school or major of your choice, and even qualifying for financial aid.
- Practice, practice, practice. Even if you’ve never seen a SAT or ACT test before, you can familiarize yourself with the layout, test questions, formatting, pacing, etc. by taking a practice test.
- Don’t delay. Waiting until the last minute to register for a test, or even figure out which test to take, can add undue pressure and stress on an already potentially-stressful situation. Proper planning gives you peace of mind that you’ll do well on the test day.
Register online today for one of our 4-week test prep courses, and start the path to college TODAY!