The whole college admissions process has become a little nuts and it can make everyone involved a little nuts, too. Such heightened competition to get into the most selective schools only serves to ratchet up the stress for everyone and leads many students (and parents!) to feel like they (or their child) needs to be doing more to get into their colleges of choice — study more, take more AP classes, hold more internships, prep more for the ACT and/or SAT, participate in more sports/science/music camps. More, more, more! But sometimes more becomes too much. More is not always better. It is just more.
Sure you can spend hundreds (even thousands) of dollars and tens (even hundreds) of hours with an expensive SAT/ACT tutor or in an SAT/ACT class. But is that really what’s best?
The Answer is the SANE solution. Not in the reckless sense of “Oh these tests are stupid so I’ll just go in blind and hope for the best,” because that just doesn’t make sense.
The Answer is the SANE solution because it is REASONABLE and COMPREHENSIVE: In The Answer Classes, students learn everything they need to know about the SAT and/or ACT and are asked to then use that knowledge to practice on their own (Why pay someone to watch you practice?)
The Answer is the AFFORDABLE solution: All The Answer Classes are reasonably priced — at rates that won’t break the bank.
The Answer is the CONVENIENT solution: The Answer Classes are offered many times throughout the school year at the student’s high school or at nearby high schools.
The Answer is the CIVIC-MINDED solution: The Answer donates a percentage of all tuition collected to the sponsoring high school or high-school organization such as PTSA, Junior Class, Booster Club, Academy of Finance, etc. To learn about becoming a partner high school, click here (this will hyperlink to the How To Become a Partner Page).
The Answer is GUARANTEED. For any reason, no questions asked, a student is able to re-take his/her class again for FREE. One need not show a score report or prove that their student’s score didn’t jump by a made-up amount, or come up with made-up reasons as to why the student couldn’t make the class, and so on. Simply let us know that your student wishes to re-take the class and that is it. Period.