How does a student with a score of 26 on his ACT get into Johns Hopkins University?
This is how we More Than Scores And Tests helped him:
- Provide highly customized ACT prep to maximize his strength and cover his weaknesses to raise his score
- Observe his test-taking habits and made specific recommendations for him to work on to be an effective test taker
- English 18 > 31, Math 31 > 34, Reading 24 > 36, Science 29 > 34
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We survey a student’s current academic skills and consider their learning style, school performance history, and past test results. Our in-depth diagnostics allow us to devise a personalized strategy and timeline for your student.
Rigorous Study Plans
More Than SAT has designed a comprehensive ACT guide for students to master exam contents and employ effective test-taking strategies. We equip them with study skills they will use beyond test time. Developed at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and the Harvard Innovation Lab, our program reflects the latest learning science research.
I AM WAY AHEAD OF MY FRIENDS.
” I really want to thank More Than SAT for all the ways they helped me prepare for my standardized tests and college essays. But once I got to college, I realized how well they equipped me for what to expect from college. I feel like I am way ahead of my friends in going through the learning curve as a freshman in college.”
Amy, student at Northwestern Univ., graduate of Lake Forest Academy
Our Academic Coaches go beyond tutoring. While they are highly trained and knowledgeable in their subjects, they also nurture a student’s motivation and commitment. More Than SAT coaches monitor a student’s progress and regularly communicate with parents to address any questions or concerns.
This unique combination of precise diagnostics, rigorous study plans, and engaging coaches has shown to produce unparalleled results when students take advantage of them. This process boosts students’ confidence and compels them to be more productive and achieve the goals they set for themselves.