SAT Prep In-Person Classes available in Central Illinois

SAT Prep Helpful Hints

Jason Franklin is teaching his students how to prepare for the test outside of the class. View it like a summer sport camp. An athlete goes to a camp and has a new coach work with them, so the athlete learns what they need to work on. After the camp, the athlete is supposed to go home and work on those things. The better athletes are better because of what they do in the off-season. Like athletics, the SAT is a competition. Training helps a student get better scores.

The PSAT and SAT are very similar, so the test prep approaches are the same.

The re-designed SAT debuted in March of 2016. It was changed to be more like the ACT. However, the ACT is time-sensitive, the SAT is not. Therefore, training for the ACT will help you for the SAT, but not necessarily the other way around.

The class does not necessarily need to be done immediately before a test date. Many students have benefited for doing the class, having some time to work on what was taught, then take the test.

There is no homework. Everything is done in class.

Payment is not due until the first day. We encourage students to register early, so they have a spot reserved. Some of our classes are known to fill up and have waiting lists.

There is no cancellation fee. We just ask that you let us know in case there is a waiting list.

Most students do all three subjects, but we also have students sign up just for specific subjects.

Students can mix-n-match dates/locations.

If a student misses a class, they can make it up on another date, location, and/or later season.

If a student signs up late, they can make up what they missed.

This family rebate can be used for the following:

  • A student who has taken our classes before
  • A student who had an older sibling take our classes
  • A family that has multiple siblings taking the class at the same time
Family rebate