After School - High School
After taking a SAT placement exam, students will be placed into classes accordingly in order to improve areas of weaknesses. By separating exam questions by level of difficulty from real sat examinations from the past four years, these highly intensive, short-term classes are bound to maximize the studentâ€™s SAT score.
There is a very close relationship between SAT scores and the levels of difficulty
Practicing real SAT questions according to different domains and difficulty levels to maximize the studentâ€™s SAT score and having an explanation to better understand mistakes
Description of problem-solving techniques according to score level along with explanations to ensure an increase in SAT score
The ACT is a college entrance exam, similar to the SAT, used by most colleges and universities. The ACT consists of four subject area tests in English, Reading, Math, and Science, along with an optional writing section, which most schools require. This exam is recommended for those who need an alternative to the SAT and have a solid science foundation.
Best Academy implements rigorous practice and test taking techniques to help students improve on the ACT. Our qualified teachers will focus on areas in which students need more practice. The small classroom setting will allow students to engage in learning, collaborate, and stay motivated.
ENGLISH & MATH
Reading with Vocabulary:
Book Reading,Writing with Grammar:
Math Concept & Problem Solving:
Accelerated reading program:
To survive the competitiveness of college admissions, many high school students are taking 6 to 7 AP classes. To receive good scores (4 or 5) on AP exams, which are held every May, students must prepare thoroughly. Taking SAT Subject tests together can help save time.
SAT II (SUBJECT TESTS)
Many prestigious colleges require two or three SAT II Subject Test scores. Some may designate the subjects, but most leave the choice to students. It is helpful to decide when to take SAT II tests based on the student's course selection. Generally, students take subject tests in the same year of their AP exams. That way, they can prepare for both tests concurrently. Students should start preparing around January, as both tests are in May or June.