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Why Enhanced Prep?

Many tutoring companies claim that they can help students increase their test scores, but very few can support those claims and almost none of them focus on a student's ultimate goal - getting into their dream school. Nowadays, it takes more than a single strong test score to get into college. Students have got to have the grades and the test scores and then some. At Enhanced Prep, we provide a truly customizable approach to tutoring, focusing on each student's specific needs. We match students with the right tutor who can help them study for a biology test one day and prep for their upcoming college entrance exam the next.
Top-Tier Tutors
Our professional tutors have a minimum of 5 years’ experience helping students get into their dream schools. Other leading services require as little as ½ a year’s experience.
No two students are the same. Enhanced Prep tutors create a unique game plan for each student following an assessment of their individual strengths and weaknesses.
Team-Based Approach
We bring students, parents, tutors and advisors together as a team to build student confidence throughout the process and share notes and recap videos after each session.

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How Enhanced Prep Maximizes Scores

Our learning model, the Three Pillars, helps students maximize their standardized test scores.


Every Enhanced Prep journey begins with a diagnosis of a student’s individual strengths and weaknesses. College entrance exams test a wide variety of concepts. We identify which concepts will be most valuable for students to focus on so they can maximize their accuracy on test day.



Enhanced Prep tutors will provide each student with different tips and tricks to help them save time on the test without sacrificing accuracy. Equipped with these strategies, students will be able to see a question and know the best approach to answer it and avoid pesky test traps.


Game Plan

So, you’ve mastered the content of the test and you know how to approach the different kinds of questions on the test. What’s next? Each student will receive a unique game plan detailing how much time they should spend on each section of the test, the order in which they should take the test and more!


How Enhanced Prep SAT Tutors Helps Test-Takers

High school students preparing to take the SAT for the first time, or those who may be preparing for a retake, may feel pressured to get the best score they can so they are able to get into the college of their choice. An SAT tutor can guide students in the subject areas on the test and build their confidence for test day. But between school and other obligations, students may not be able to meet with a tutor in person, and that’s where Enhanced Prep can help. Enhanced Prep is an elite, world-class tutoring service that uses a proven methodology and holistic approach to tutoring in order to help students get the score and get into their dream school. Their online SAT help can save students a commute, making for a convenient tutoring session.

Get the grades, get the score, get the school

Our tutoring elevates everything, including grades, test scores, and the confidence students have both in school and standardized testing.

Online SAT Tutoring at Enhanced Prep

Enhanced Prep helps students achieve their goals by coming up with a unique game plan that addresses their individual needs. This game plan informs what content they need to focus on and what test strategies are best suited for each student, so they can focus on the student’s most immediate needs and be prepared for test day. Enhanced Prep believes that everyone invested in a student’s success understands what they need to be successful, which is why students, parents, tutors and advisors work as a team, with constant and consistent communication between everyone.

Online SAT Tutors Can Help Students Achieve Best Scores

Most students taking the SAT do so in order to receive college acceptances and scholarships. The higher the score a student gets, the more likely they are to impress college admissions and scholarship boards (though it’s important to note that high scores are not the sole deciding factor).
The exam content is divided into 3 sections: Math, Reading, and Writing and Language, with each section having its own allotted time for completion (80, 65, and 35 minutes, respectively, which totals 3 hours). The Math section has 58 questions, the Reading section has 52 questions, and the Writing and Language section has 44 questions. The Math section includes content in algebra, data analysis, geometry, and problem-solving. The Reading section tests students on reading comprehension, analysis, and critical thinking. The Writing and Language section tests students on improving the readability and overall message of a piece of writing, including checking for spelling and grammar.
Enhanced Prep’s team of top-tier tutors can help students master the topics in these content areas so they can achieve their best scores possible and get into the college of their choice. Each online SAT tutor at Enhanced Prep has a minimum of 5 years’ experience and Enhanced Prep as a whole has served tens of thousands of students.

The SAT Exam

High school students in their junior and senior year take the SAT in order to demonstrate to college admission boards that they are prepared to take on college-level work. The test may also be used as a way to get scholarships. The SAT is offered 7 times a year, allowing for plenty of opportunities for retakes. Students who wish to get the highest score possible in time for college application deadlines may benefit from SAT tutoring at Enhanced Prep. Enhanced Prep works with each student to determine what strategies will work best for them to maximize their chances of getting a good score.

Frequently Asked Questions

What test should I be taking?

One test does not fit all – students should take the test that highlights their strengths! The ACT is typically best suited for students stronger in reading comprehension and English, while the SAT is usually a better fit for students with stronger skills in Math. Not sure which test is the best option for you? We’ve got you covered. Contact us today for a consultation and find out which test suits you best!

How should I prepare for the SAT?

Test-takers should prepare for the SAT first by paying attention in class and completing their assignments. The SAT covers topics students learn in school, so keeping up with coursework is necessary for success. Students should start studying for the SAT well in advance so that they aren’t forced to cram right before the test and can spend more time identifying their strengths and weaknesses. An online SAT tutor can especially help with this because they have an objective view of a student’s abilities and can create a study plan for them. Lastly, students should take multiple practice tests, including timed ones, to get a feel for what test day will be like.

Is the SAT hard?

The SAT tests students on topics they should already be familiar with; there are no surprise “SAT words,” or special vocabulary that a student wouldn’t normally use or understand. However, the exam can still be difficult, and many students may need extra help to prepare, whether they just need a refresher on subjects they haven’t studied in a while, or they want to make sure their knowledge is as sharp as possible for test day. This is where tutoring can be beneficial, especially for a test as important as the SAT; tutors can guide students in the right subjects and give them tips and strategies for test day. Enhanced Prep’s online SAT tutors focus on students’ most immediate needs so they can arrive at test day confident in their abilities.

How many times can I retake the SAT?

Students can take the SAT as many times as they need to in order to achieve desired results. It’s recommended that students take the SAT at least twice, once in the spring of their junior year of high school and another in the fall of their senior year. This ensures they have enough time to send their scores in to colleges in time for application deadlines. However, retaking the SAT is up to the student and their highest scores will be sent to colleges no matter which take they received them on, so it may be beneficial to determine if a retake is worth it.

Are calculators allowed on the SAT?

Students must bring their own scientific or graphing calculator for the Math portion of the test. The Math portion will have a section where calculators are allowed and a section where calculators are not allowed. The Reading and Writing and Language portions of the test do not allow calculators. Students are responsible for making sure their calculators are in good condition and may have to work without one if theirs fails.

What is a passing score on the SAT?

The SAT has a score range of 400-1600, which is the total of all the section scores. There is no passing score on the SAT, but the higher the score a student gets, the better they may fare in getting into the college of their choice. Students can check the average scores of admitted applicants for the colleges they wish to attend and aim for a score in that range. Students who seek SAT help with Enhanced Prep can tell their tutor that a certain score is their goal, and the tutor will work with them to try to help them achieve it.

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