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Exceptional ACT Tutoring

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Engaging ACT & SAT coaches
who scored in the top 1%

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tailored to your child

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your child for dream colleges

Michael H.
“Elevation Tutoring did a fantastic job
with my son... The strategies were
exactly what he needed”
“Elevation Tutoring did a fantastic job with my son... The strategies were exactly what he needed”

Raise Scores with Less Stress

Raise Scores with
Less Stress

Our customized ACT preparation empowers students to raise scores, reduce stress and position themselves for target colleges. Our engaging ACT and SAT coaches are top 1% scorers with years of experience.

Deena L.
“Their staff expertise is tremendous
and their communication was amazing”
“Their staff expertise is tremendous and their communication was amazing”

Meet Founder

Alan, M.S., M.A.

University of Pennsylvania (B.A.)

University of
Pennsylvania (B.A.)

An accomplished educator for over 20 years, Alan guides students and families across the country. He holds a Master’s degree in Childhood and Special Education.

About the ACT

About the ACT

Test Takers: College applicants

Sections: English, Math, Reading, Science, and optional Writing Test

Question Types: Multiple choice and optional essay (Writing Test)

Length: 2 hours and 55 minutes (plus optional 30 minute Writing Test)

Test Dates: Click here

Register: Click here

Vanessa C.
“Elevation Tutoring far surpassed our
expectations...
strategically helped
our son to attain a 34 on the ACT”
“Elevation Tutoring far surpassed our expectations... strategically helped our son to attain a 34 on the ACT”

Comparing the ACT and SAT

Comparing
the ACT and SAT

What are the differences between the ACT and SAT?

1. The ACT can be taken digitally or as a paper and pencil test while the SAT is a digital test.


2. On the ACT, questions are more straightforward but there are a lot of questions in each section. The SAT emphasizes critical thinking and reasoning questions that may take longer to answer.


3. The SAT is an adaptive test – this means how a student does on the first part of the test determines the difficulty of questions on the second part of the test. For example, a student’s performance on part one of the math section, would determine if the student gets an “easier” or “harder” part two math section.


4. A big difference is that only 25% of the ACT is math while 50% of the SAT is math. The ACT has a science section that is 25% of the test.


5. The ACT is a longer test than the SAT.

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