Recent Results

 

 

For Optimal Results

 

  1. Take at least 5 actual practice tests using appropriate time limits and test rules.
  2. Review all mistakes and examine them.
  3. Attend all scheduled appointments on time.
  4. Do all the homework as asked.
  5. Bring paper, pencil and calculator to the sessions.
  6. Take notes and remember to review them.
  7. Avoid cramming by giving 2 to 3 months to prepare
  8. Understand that one bad test day may simply be a stroke of bad luck and not give up as a result.
  9. Realize that test prep is a primarily learning experience that helps students mature and face challenges.
  10. Understand that other activities (such as multiple sports) may need to be sacrificed in the short term to avoid burnout.

 

 

 

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