As you’re in 12th grade, you’ve learned a bit more of the math. Perhaps your vocabulary is a bit stronger. Maybe you’ve even improved your reading comprehension and your writing skills. As for the writing multiple choice, many students never learn the grammar in school. (One exception: Crofton House does a great job teaching grammar, but Crofton House students still need help applying that knowledge to the SAT.)
Though you’ve acquired more knowledge, you need to learn how to apply that material to the SAT, a test that, in part, tricks you.
We’ll assess what you already know as a 12th grader. Then we’ll teach you all the SAT tricks you need to know.
We’ll refresh the material you’ve learned but perhaps don’t understand fully. Then we’ll help you apply the knowledge to the SAT. We’ll reinforce the material with tests.
As a 12th grader, you don’t have a lot of time before you take the test. So we’ll help you get the most out of the short time you have to study. We’ll also be your SAT coach, pushing you to study even while your schedule is full of lots of other tasks.
Visit other pages, such as Ivy League applicants and Athletes. If you tried other SAT prep elsewhere or on your own, read about Transfer Students, those who came to Your Score Booster after repeatedly failing to reach their goal scores.