Schedule Free Practice SAT/ACT Events at Your School

You provide the room.  We provide the rest.

 

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Over 40% of ASD high school students...

who take the SAT or ACT electively sign up for a Frontier Tutoring free practice SAT/ACT first1

 

 

What Students Get:

 

  • Opportunity to take full-length, practice SAT/ACT tests at your school.  Exams are released by the test maker and administered by Frontier Tutoring under realistic conditions.
  • An individualized score report with detailed analytics (see a sample score report)
  • The opportunity to receive individualized testing and college admissions guidance with a parent through North to My Future, Frontier Tutoring's free, individualized college admissions strategy session

 

How It Works For Counselors:

 

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1. Set a Date

 

We're available on your schedule: seven days a week, mornings, afternoons, and evenings.  Some schools prefer to schedule practice SAT/ACT events on in-service days, while others prefer to schedule on weekends.  We'll work with you to identify dates and times that work best for you and your students.  We recommend scheduling both a practice SAT and ACT each semester.

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2. Spread the Word

 

We make it easy to for you to inform your students and parents about your practice SAT/ACT events. You'll receive a turn-key marketing kit customized for your school, including posters, info cards, email/newsletter copy, and a sign-up webpage managed by Frontier Tutoring.

 

 

 

 

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3. Sit Back &

See the Results

 

We manage the entire student registration process and provide your team with regular updates on sign-ups. On test day, we check students in and manage all testing administration. After testing is complete, we email each parent, student, and counselor a detailed score report with a roadmap to score improvement.

 

 

 

 

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1Based on free practice SAT/ACT and SAT/ACT prep program practice test sign-ups, July 2015-June 2016.  Elective participants estimated based on ASD data from prior to mandatory College/Career Readiness Assessment.