You want you to fulfill your dreams, be passionate and use your strengths to live a happy full life. The college entrance exams are a stepping stone to your bright future. By properly preparing for the ACT and/or SAT, you are setting yourself up for success. The ACT/SAT is a stepping stone to getting accepted into your college of choice, getting scholarships, laying a foundation of good study habits. When seen in context, the college entrance exams become interesting, engaging, exciting, and relevant.
At Strategic Future Prep you will learn tips and tricks on how the college exams work. You will also learn how to increase focus. This is an important principle at Strategic Future Prep. I will train you to eliminate distractions, increase focus, and develop good study habits. Each student will also keep track of her/his goals and progress. These skills are important for every life-long learner. You will experience personal and individualized instruction. Class sizes are small, with no more than 4 students per class. This give us a chance to address each individual’s strengths and questions. The benefit of a group class is that one student’s question will benefit the others. Having different personalities, passions, and life experience keeps the classes interesting, fun, and engaging.
Strategic Future Prep also addresses test day jitters. There a lot of techniques and psychological conditioning that train your brain to be calm on test day, How you prepare is just as important as what you study. These tools are adaptable to any test or interview situation.
We will start each class by taking a few minutes to discuss our goals, hobbies, and life in general. This is important to build relationships and as a reminder that these college exams are a part of a bigger picture and can be individualized for your bright future.
How much prep you will need depends on your goals. It is important to know and keep track of your goals. What career path(s) are you interested in? Which university would you like to attend? Will you be applying for scholarships? What scores are you aiming for to achieve these goals? Once you know the answers to these questions, it is important to take a practice test and see where you are in relationship to where you would like to be. Here is a chart to determine how much test prep you will need: