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We offer a personalized service for SAT and ACT tutoring as well as college placement consulting. One-on-one tutoring as well as group classes are available.


MY BACKGROUND: I am a university English Professor who has owned a writing firm since 2005. In addition, I have taught English on the sixth grade through high school level, I am a feature writer for multiple media publications, and I have authored two books which will be available in retail stores nationwide by November of this year. I also provide expert writing and/or test prep instruction for the SAT, ACT, ISSE, SAT Subject Tests, GMAT, FTCE, and GED..all of my students always earn the top scores. My writing is well-known throughout the industry and I will gladly forward samples of my work upon request. MY CLIENTS: My client base consists of undergraduate students applying to the top universities - including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Dartmouth, Brown, Princeton, Georgetown, and Cornell. I also write for graduate students pursuing their Masters, Doctorate, or PhD. I craft perfect essays, personal statements, and letters of recommendation for any field of study ranging from law, medicine, and physics, economics, and psychology. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT: The quality of my work exceeds the standard of excellence - accordingly, that is exactly what you will receive. Of equal importance, I recognize how writing about your own experiences and accomplishments can be a daunting task. The concerns I typically hear when clients first contact me include the following: "Help! I don't know where to begin!" "I have no idea which experiences and academic accomplishments I should include." "I don't know how to cohesively incorporate so much information into one essay...and still remain within the word count limit!" "I wrote a rough draft...but it does not reflect what I was trying to say!" "I have never been a good writer and this is far too difficult for me!" Does all of that sound familiar? Based upon the number of clients I speak with every week, I would say that it does. Not to worry, I completely understand. In fact, it is for the very reasons above that I launched my writing firm in 2005. Writing essays and personal statements is my area of expertise. THE PERSONALIZED ATTENTION AND FAST TURNAROUND TIME YOU WILL RECEIVE: Not only do I offer affordable pricing and a fast turnaround time to meet your needs, but I also take a personalized interest in each and every client to ensure that my edited version retains your style, tone, and original content. Essentially, your essay is your "voice" must capture the reader's attention, as well as present your qualities and noteworthy accomplishments in the best possible way. Please note: We will frequently communicate via email or phone throughout the writing process. Any additional details you provide will lend insight into how your life has shaped you into the person you have become. THE PROCESS: We will speak by phone after I have reviewed your original draft. Or, if you prefer to have me complete all of your writing from the onset, then you would email the following: * essay prompts and their corresponding word/character count limits * your resume (or a list of your academic accomplishments) * background information (for example, an experience which served as a catalyst for your interest in the medical profession...a family member who was a role model to emulate...inspirational educators who made a lasting impression) * targeted deadline SERVICES I PROVIDE: * Personal Statements * Medical School Application packets * College Application Essays * Letters of Recommendation * Common App Essays * Test Prep - SAT, ACT, ISSE, SAT Subject Tests, GMAT, FTCE, GED * Writing Instruction * English as a Second Language Instruction * Ghostwriting * Website Content * Manuscript Revisions and Rewrites

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What is ACT test prep?

The ACT is a college entrance exam taken by students (typically in their junior year of high school) to determine admission eligibility and merit-based scholarship eligibility. The test may be taken as many times as desired and is not limited to high school juniors. Originally the acronym stood for American College Testing, but now ACT is the stand-alone name. ACT prep is a way for students to strategically prepare for test-taking. ACT prep helps students improve scores, practice taking the test, learn test-taking strategies, and improve material comprehension. Students can get help with ACT prep tutors in one-on-one sessions, via group tutoring lessons, in online self-study programs, or online with a tutor in video calls. The ACT test covers:

  • English
  • Science understanding and reasoning
  • Math
  • Reading
  • Writing essay (optional)

How do you prepare for the ACT?

The ACT is a universally accepted college readiness exam. There are multiple ways to prepare for the exam. One-on-one ACT prep tutoring is one of the most effective ways for students to ready themselves for the test. A tutor who specializes in ACT prep will coach the student on the type of material they can expect while also working specifically with topics that are more challenging for that particular student. Group tutoring sessions are a more cost-effective way to reap the benefits of an ACT prep instructor; a suggestion is to gather a group of four friends or classmates to share the cost. Professional tutors often recommend that test prep begin approximately three months prior to the exam. Cramming — unfortunately — doesn’t provide the same score results as consistent study, test-related homework, and practice exams do. Weekly two-hour learning sessions are what many pro tutors suggest for their college exam prep students. For top test-taking performance, tutors usually provide work throughout the week and the weekly session is used to cement knowledge and address weak areas. Math is a hard topic for most students, so plan accordingly.

What is on the ACT?

The ACT is made up of a variety of multi-choice questions under four main subject areas: English, mathematics, reading, and science. There is also the option for a written essay. For ACT prep, it’s important to study each subject. Each subject area is broken down into multiple parts to provide a comprehensive snapshot of the student’s understanding of the material. ACT prep provides an opportunity to prepare for the subject matter in each area.

ACT English:

  • Production of writing: 29 percent-32 percent of English score. These questions focus on topic development and organization, unity, and cohesion.
  • Knowledge of language: 13 percent-19 percent of English score. This section examines the student’s use of vocabulary and effective language use.
  • Conventions of standard English: 51 percent-56 percent of English score. These questions address sentence structure and formation, punctuation and grammar, and recognition of grammatical errors and how to improve.


ACT Math:

  • Preparing for higher math: 57 percent-60 percent of mathematics score. These questions cover number and quantity, algebra, functions, geometry, and statistics and probability.
  • Integrating essential skills: 40 percent-43 percent of mathematics score. These questions address comprehension of math learned prior to and after 8th grade.
  • Modeling: less than 25 percent of mathematics score. These questions examine how students use modeling skills in all math topics.


ACT Reading:

  • Key ideas and details: 55 percent-60 percent of reading score. The questions test students’ ability to summarize information, draw conclusions, and grasp central themes.
  • Craft and structure: 25-30 percent of reading score. These questions examine students’ ability to understand an author’s word choice and meaning and analyze various points of view.
  • Integration of knowledge and ideas: 13-18 percent of reading score. These questions examine students’ ability to understand facts and opinions and make connections between texts that share similar themes.


ACT Science:

  • Interpretation of data: 45–55 percent of science score. Students will need to analyze and manipulate scientific data presented in various formats.
  • Scientific investigation: 20–30 percent of science score. These questions will test students’ understanding of experimental tools, procedures and design.
  • Evaluation of models, inferences, and experimental results: 25–35 percent of science score.


ACT Writing:

  • This is a 40-minute written essay that examines students’ competence with ideas and analysis, development and support, organization, and language use and conventions.

What are the subjects on the ACT?

English, mathematics, reading, and science are the four main subjects on the ACT. Writing is an optional subject students can select when they register to take the test. The subjects were determined as a way to test the sum total of knowledge and comprehension that the students have accumulated up until the start of their senior year of high school. ACT prep breaks down each subject of the ACT test so the student understands what type of questions they will encounter and to provide them with strategies for answering questions. Doing well on the ACT is not only about academic smarts. Learning the nuances of taking a standardized test can greatly improve a student’s test scores. On the ACT, each of the four subjects is broken into subsections to test the students’ understanding in that area. The official ACT website provides free online ACT prep tools for each section, including English, Math, Reading, Science, and Writing.

How many questions are on the ACT test?

There are 215 total questions on the ACT test. The ACT covers four academic areas and students have 175 minutes total to complete the test. For students who opt to take the ACT writing test, there will be a written essay (in addition to the standard ACT topics), which students will have 40 minutes to complete. For ACT prep, it’s wise to study the material that will be covered within each academic category and take practice tests to become comfortable with the format.

The English test has 75 questions that must be completed within 45 minutes. The math test has 60 questions with a 60-minute time limit. The reading test has 40 questions and 35 minutes total. The science test has 40 questions that must be completed in 35 minutes. Tutors may recommend taking the test more than once as part of the ACT prep training, with the goal of improving your overall score each time. Official ACT recommendations urge students to answer each question on test day, even if it is a guess, as there is no penalty for guessing.

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