You Have Questions; We Have Answers
Do you have a specific teaching qualification?
I'm a former director and award-winning instructor of an international test prep and admissions consulting company. My career focus has been helping students maximize their standardized test scores, but I'm an entrepreneur at heart, so I combined my two passions and started Acumen Test Prep. I've scored above the 90th percentile on the SAT, LSAT, GMAT and GRE, and my goal is to share everything I've learned. I'm also the parent to two teenage boys and know just how stressful the road from high school to college can be. I'm here to help.
How do you charge for your teaching services?
Group SAT Prep Class (9 sessions) $499
15 hour One-to-One SAT Prep $1125
20 hour One -to-One SAT Prep $1395
FREE In-home Meeting to discuss our College Admission Consulting Plans
all materials included in all plans
Where do you hold your sessions?
We have lots of locations. Hopefully one near you:
And we're always open to new venue ideas. Please reach out if you have suggestions.
Need one-on-one sessions? We'll meet when and where it's most convenient for you. E-mail us for more info.
How many times does the group class meet?
9. Session 1 is a practice test (9 am - 12:30 pm). Sessions 2-7 are classroom sessions (3 hours each). Session 8 is test #2 (where you get to earn your braggin' rights - 9am- 12:30 again), and session 9 is a review where we pull it all together.
What if I can't make all the sessions?
It's important to take advantage of all the offered instruction, but we know how busy high school students are. Please reach out if you have a scheduling conflict, and we'll do everything we can to find a solution.
What should I bring to class?
Most of the same things you'll bring on test day: no. 2 pencils (with erasers), approved calculator, water, and snacks (or a full meal if you need it -- we know some of our classes run right through dinner).
What if I can't afford the full price?
Please talk to us. We may be able to come up with a payment plan, or access scholarship funds to help. Or goal is to help students recognize their potential, and build their confidence and we hate to see financial concerns jeopardize that. If you're a guidance counselor with questions about how to help financially challenged students, please contact us to discuss how we might help.
What if I'm not happy with my score?
Please talk to us. We want you to love your score. If you don't, we want to know why and how we can help. We're all about second chances.