Standardized testing has become a major factor in many decisions, including admission to private schools and colleges. As a result, we offer test prep assistance in a number of areas and have listed our most frequently asked about tests below.
Don't see a test on this list? Feel free to contact us to see how we can help!
We work with students to prepare for a number of Advanced Placement (AP) exams. Please feel free to contact us to see how we may be able to help.
A full list of subject tests can be located on the College Board website.
K-12 & General Standardized Testing
We work with students in all 50 states to help prepare for their state-selected tests. These tests may include but are not limited to Regents, SOL, MCAS, and the PARC.
Additionally, we help prepare students for other tests such as the IOWA, CAT, and MAP.
SSAT/ISEE (Private School Testing)
The SSAT/ISEE tests are divided into three levels (lower, middle, and upper). Students are assessed in math, vocabulary, reading, and writing skills. Scores are often considered a factor in private school admission decisions.
SSAT: To register for this test, please visit the SSAT website.
ISEE: To register for this test, please visit the Education Record Bureau (ERB) website.
SAT & ACT Exams
Many colleges and universities use these exams to gauge a student's readiness for college. Students typically take these exams in grades 9-12. However, some colleges do not factor in these scores when considering admission.
SAT: To register for this test, please visit the College Board website.
ACT: To register for this test, please visit the ACT website.
Not sure which test is the right fit for your student? We can help!
The PSAT and National Meritt Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT) tests students may take before completing the SAT. This test may qualify students for scholarships to a number of colleges and universities.
PSAT/NMSQT: To register for this test, please visit the College Board website.
The General Education Development (GED) exam tests students in four core subject areas (Language, math, science, and social studies). It may be used in place of a high school diploma to indicate completion of K-12 studies.
GED: To register for this test, please visit the GED website.
The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is one of many exams graduate schools may require for admission. This test assesses math, reading, and writing (which includes two essays).
GRE: To register for this test, please visit the ETS website.