Description of Classes
At TP4S, we’re passionate about offering the best test prep experience possible. Our online classes are always live, meaning the students and teacher can always see and hear each other just like in an in-person classroom. Our classes are also small, with an average class size of about 4 students. This allows the teacher to adjust the questions and topics for her specific group of students. Our unique curriculum of once-and-done seminars allows busy students to start at any time and get right to learning.
Our classes are sold on a subscription basis, meaning that if you purchase a 6-month subscription, you are welcome to attend all the events on our class calendar. However, no one should attend ALL the classes because that’s too many! Instead, pick out the events that work for your needs and your schedule. Most students aim for one class per week during the school year and two per week during the summer.
If you’re not sure what classes to attend, just send an email or give us a call. TP4S is a small business, so we take the time to get to know you and guide you through the best test prep process for you. We also check in with each student at the beginning of each class to make sure they’re on track for their next test.
Not sure which package is best for you?
Classes & Tests – Best for students who are self-motivated, need a moderate score improvement, or are on a tight budget.
Condensed Test Prep Tutoring – Regular meetings with a tutor add structure and accountability to your test preparation. This package is best for students who will be taking the SAT or ACT within the next 6 months and are looking to improve their SAT scores by more than 100 points or their ACT scores by more than 3 points. Our most popular package.
Complete Test Prep Tutoring – The ultimate test prep program! Best for students who are in 10th grade or the beginning of 11th and want to work consistently to build their skills over time.
Tutoring Only Package – Best for students who have less than 10 weeks to prep, have schedules that will prevent them from attending any classes, or have special educational circumstances.