SAT Subject Test Preparation

Perfect scores are difficult to earn.
But we make it happen.


Why take the SAT Subject Tests?

With a record number of high school students applying to universities, getting top marks on the SAT or ACT no longer guarantees placement in your first or even second choice of school.

Students need every edge they can get. The SAT Math 2, Physics, and Chemistry Subject Tests offer both the challenges and the rewards that advanced students need in order to stand out. Such challenges requires thorough preparation.

Get the right help with us.

Non-standardized tutoring.

While the SAT Subject Tests are standardized, preparing for them doesn’t have to be.

Mentoring catered to your needs.

We teach each student in the ways they most like to learn.

About the Tests

We specialize in three of the SAT Subject Tests: Math Level 2, Physics, and Chemistry.


Why work with Wes and his team?

There is no one recipe for standardized test success. What works for one student won’t work for another. With tests as challenging as the SAT Subject Tests, it’s especially important to get the right help.

Your first meeting is with Wes, who starts with a thorough assessment: he’ll find out what you already know about the topic, and much more: what time you like to study, how long you can concentrate for without losing focus, and what frustrates you most about particular problems. Once we understand your preferred learning and performance styles, we can help you to use your natural strengths to excel.

Which test date should I pick?

It depends on many variables. Let me help make it easier: just get in touch, and I’ll help you discover your best option.

When should I prepare?

Three months before the target date: schedule your meetings with us.

Six to eight weeks before the target test date: begin your work with us.

Planning ahead not only avoids stress (a real score-killer), but also eliminates logistical hassles.

The right prep is just one click away.

Please introduce yourself, and we’ll get right back to you.

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