Universities and boarding schools nowadays require more and more tests and examinations for students to complete before they can even be shortlisted, ranging from the SAT, SAT Subject Tests, ACT, the PSATs, the IELTS and TOEFL, and Common Entrance exams for boarding schools. These examinations are complex and intensely specific – it’s extremely easy for a student to become lost and confused when approaching these for the first time.
At All-Round Education Academy, our SAT Test Prep focus is on ensuring that our students not only receive the best information about how to address their exams but also on supporting them to achieve the best marks possible to get into their desired universities and boarding schools. Our track record has been exceptional, with many of our students achieving marks that place them within and beyond the top 95th percentile in the world. Our tutors are highly specialized in excelling in each of these examinations and have created proven results.
Any of the two examinations - the ACT and the SAT - taken are equally valid in any US university application. One test is not preferred over the other. Candidates should therefore consider what their strengths and weaknesses are before choosing to proceed with one out of the three. We at AREA have years of experience in this field, and can help you choose the best option to secure your future in a free consultation.
The Common Entrance exam displays the expectations that English schools have, and as such, we strive to teach our students the skills necessary to complete the exam with ease. With a wide range of practice materials, and tutors well versed in the styles of papers from different regions of England, we can get your child prepared with exactly what they require.
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