ISEE - SSAT
The ISEE and SSAT tests can be daunting for parents of middle schoolers
new to the competitive world of independent school and private school admissions.
Let Test Your Best™ guide you through the admissions process from start to finish
and help secure your child’s spot in the school of your choice.
Once the family's needs have been discussed at length and it has been decided
whether the student will work with Jay, Dave, or Monica, we will schedule with a Family Consultation.
This initial Family Consultation involves the
student and at least one parent and is an integral part of our services. During this session
we will get to know the
student’s schedule, as well as the individual's testing and academic history. We
will discuss goals and develop a program which the student can use to start
moving toward those goals right away.
Whether your student needs help with vocabulary, arithmetic or interviewing
skills, Test Your Best is here to help.
Because the economy is a major concern for most
families these days, many parents now choose to establish a budget at the
outset. If a family wants to set a maximum of 8
sessions, for example, we can structure a prep schedule that will allow for
solid coverage of all relevant test areas. Of course, nothing is set in stone
and if the family decides to increase or decrease the planned number of sessions
we always strive to accomodate the student's needs. Our experience often allows
us to accomplish in only a few hours what might take much more time to cover
with a less experienced tutor.
Tutoring sessions following the Family Consultation can be
scheduled as frequently as desired, at a convenient time for the student.
It is common for the Family Consultation to take place in August or September. Typically, by mid-September we are fully booked
through the the December/January ISEE and SSAT testing season, although we can
sometimes squeeze in new students with particularly flexible schedules.
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