“I want to help my son or daughter get a good score on the SAT but things are so different from when I took the test 100 years ago.”
I have heard some version of the above sentiment from parents many times per week for the last 22 years. Parents know they want to help their children do well on the SAT but they don’t know where to start. Fortunately, there is some good news:
With a smart plan, students routinely increase their SAT score 150 or more points!
Parents reach out all day, every day with specific questions or for advice on how to get started. Speaking with one of our consultants is the fastest way to get started with a plan that makes sense for you and your child. Click here to schedule a time to speak with us.
Here is the information you need to help your son or daughter earn a solid SAT score:
- Do you absorb information more easily through video? This video explains the SAT and the ACT in detail and is the perfect way to get started:
- Many parents have asked us for a written document they can use as a jumping off point.
- The next thing parents ask for is a specific timeline.
- To supplement the above information, we have compiled the SAT and ACT Myths and Misconceptions that we hear most frequently from parents.
- At the end of the day, the goal is to help your child get the best score possible. So What is a Good SAT or ACT Score Anyway?
- As far as specific help with the grammar, math, and reading concepts that the students will be tested on, we have many free, short videos on the Method Test Prep YouTube Channel. For example, here is a video on Subject-Verb Agreement, a grammar concept that comes up multiple times on every SAT and ACT
- We also have plenty of free information in written format that is easy to digest. Here are a few examples: How to Outsmart Reading Questions, 5 Tips for Preventing Careless Errors, Strategies for a Classic Math Problem,
Helping your son or daughter earn a good score on the SAT or ACT is not rocket science. But there are steps you can take that make it easier to help them earn a great score. If you would like to speak with one of our consultants to get started on the right plan, click here.
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