Making a plan for ISEE or SSAT test preparation but not sure where to start? This article will take you through some basic information about the tests, what to consider when planning your test prep, and how the Test Innovators platform will give you the most actionable diagnostics and results when you’re starting out.
That's right -- Test Innovators has officially launched SAT prep!
Test Innovators now has a brand-new test prep platform for the SAT, the college admissions exam taken by over 1.7 million students each year. The platform uses personalized data-driven technology to help students focus on only the areas that need improvement, making preparation as efficient as possible.Read More
If you haven't heard yet, Test Innovators has officially launched ACT prep!
The ACT is the most widely used standardized test required for college admissions in the United States, and it's now available on the Test Innovators platform.
It's easy to get started – go to testinnovators.com/act to take a Test Innovators online practice test or grade an Official ACT Guide Red Book exam on the platform for free.Read More
The ability to be successful at taking tests will serve you throughout your life: from the SAT and ACT, to the LSAT or the GRE, success and upward mobility in life often comes down to the ability to perform well on tests.
At Test Innovators, our vision is based on one core belief: test-taking is a skill that can be learned.Read More
You may know already that Test Innovators provides online tutoring, but perhaps you’re not convinced yet that online tutoring is the most effective way to help students prepare. To help persuade you, we’ve compiled a list of the unique benefits of online tutoring:Read More
Just in time for testing season, we are launching our new Personalized Prep Plan, a customized step-by-step guide to achieving test success.
Test success is different for every student. To figure out what success means for you, you need to know what your target school(s) consider a good score. But most schools don’t reveal that number publicly, which leaves students trying to figure it out for themselves.