Do you want to raise your SAT score?
While it seems like the obvious answer to that question is “yes,” the truth is that the average score gain after test prep is 5 to 20 points (which means some students’ scores go down after test prep).
I raised my score by 330 points, and my son’s SAT score went up by 590 points from his sophomore PSAT.
The key to improving an SAT score is to have accurate information and a methodical plan.
This series of emails will provide you with a step-by-step plan to improve your performance, including the inside scoop about effective strategies, tips, and resources from the most exclusive SAT tutors.
The series will demystify the SAT process and answer the most frequently asked questions:
- How much does the SAT really count in the college application process?
- How can you tell if the SAT classes at your school are any good?
- How can you improve your Critical Reading score? (Click here)
You can improve your SAT score — you just have to know how.