Princeton Tutoring SAT Boot Camp - Summer 2014
Our SAT Boot Camp is an intensive 30-hour, two-week classroom course designed by test prep experts to provide a comprehensive review of each section of the SAT. It is both cost-effective and tailored to accommodate the busy summer schedules of students and parents. Our instructor scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT and is one of our most sought-after teachers. Space is limited. Secure a spot today!
Is This Program Right for My Child?
Our Boot Camp is ideal for:
- Any student looking for an intro or refresher to the test
- Rising sophomores or juniors looking to get a head start on SAT prep
- Rising seniors who are preparing for the fall tests
- Current students looking to supplement their private tutoring sessions
How Do We Compare to Other Programs?
Many parents and students come to us after trying other programs. Why?
Better Instructors: We have a reputation for outstanding quality. Our instructor graduated summa cum laude and scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT.
More Material in Less Time: Our SAT Boot Camp is more intensive compared to the programs offered by the larger test prep companies – five days a week for two weeks, vs. two or three days a week over many more weeks. This frees up time for our students to spend the rest of the summer on more targeted test prep, or to pursue other activities.
Smaller Class Sizes: We cap our classes at 15 to ensure your child gets the appropriate attention. More than likely, there will be fewer than 10 students in the class.
Better Pricing: Our students typically get more hours of instruction at a more reasonable hourly rate.
30 Hours of Classroom Instruction in 2 Weeks
Classes will run for three hours each day, Monday through Friday, for two weeks. Below is our tentative schedule:
|Session 1 (FILLED)||July 14 - July 25||1 pm - 4 pm||Bridgewater|
|Session 2||July 28 - August 8||1 pm - 4 pm||Princeton|
Learn Only the Most Effective Strategies and Understand the Most Frequently Tested Concepts
Students will gain a solid background to the SAT and learn effective strategies for consistently scoring well on each of the three subsections. They will:
- Learn and practice the most frequently tested grammar and math concepts on the test
- Increase command of the higher level vocabulary tested in the critical reading and writing sections
- Develop critical analysis skills necessary for the comparative essay questions in the critical reading section and essay-based questions in the writing section
- Understand the major components of the essay and how to consistently increase their scores in this section
Smaller Class Sizes
We are capping enrollment to ensure a small teacher-student ratio. Each class will have a minimum of three students and a maximum of 15 students. The average class size will mostly likely be fewer than 10 students.
If fewer than three students enroll, the session will be cancelled and you will be refunded your tuition. If we have already reached our capacity of 15 students, you will be placed on a waitlist.
About the Instructor - Summa Cum Laude, Perfect 2400
Andrew scored a perfect 2400 on the SAT and is one of our test-prep experts, with many highly satisfied clients.
Andrew is currently in the first year of a Master’s program at the Princeton Theological Seminary, on a full-ride scholarship provided by the Presbyterian Leadership Award. He graduated summa cum laude from Hope College with degrees in philosophy and religion. He received several academic awards during his undergraduate studies.
Over the past several years, Andrew has worked with dozens of middle and high school students in a variety of capacities and subjects. In addition to his test prep experience, he was a teaching and research assistant at Hope College, a tutor and academic Coach with Upward Bound (an afterschool program), and a calculus tutor for exceptionally gifted seventh and eighth graders.
It’s more fun to study with friends! All existing and new clients will earn a $50 credit for each additional student referred. The credit can be applied against the cost of the SAT Boot Camp or towards future private tutoring sessions.
How Do I Secure a Spot?
Spaces are limited. CONTACT US to secure a spot today and to learn more about the program. We are more than happy to answer any questions.