The SAT and ACT generally test the same type of content, but they do so in different ways. Both SAT and ACT scores are extremely important for college admissions and merit-based scholarships. There are a few differences between the two tests, ranging from different time allotments to amounts of questions per section. The biggest difference between the two is that the ACT features a Science section, while the SAT has a Math with No Calculator section. Colleges do not prefer one over the other, so we help students explore both and ultimately decide which is best for you. We believe that preparing for standardized tests should not only improve scores, but also equip students with the tools for enhanced performance across all their academic work.






SAT Classes

  $1595.00 / $795.00

 Small Group

Eight Students per Class Maximum

Prep Books Included

 36 Hours

 Two  Expert Teachers per Group

SAT Quick Facts

Frequency: 7  Times per Year

Duration: 3 Hours, 50 Minutes

Sections: Math, Evidence-Based

Reading and Writing




ACT Test Dates 2018–2019