There are few worse feelings than the frustration of feeling like you've tried everything, and nothing has helped.

And for kids with a history of struggling on standardized tests, that frustration can get compounded with the pressures of junior and senior year. What happens when, after several months of practice, tutoring sessions, courses at school, and a few attempts at an SAT or ACT, that final score still isn't where everyone hoped it would be? What is it that's holding your teenager back from being able to perform on these tests? What will it mean for his or her future? And how do you stop your kid from becoming discouraged enough to give up on the process?

Don't worry: your teenager is absolutely capable of performing as well on the SAT or ACT as they want.

That's actually true of every single student, provided they want it enough to put in the work—and approach the test the right way! Our method, the Much Smarter Method, has helped countless teenagers look at the standardized test game in a new light—as a game of skill—and helped them not only improve their SAT or ACT scores, but become more confident in their own abilities on standardized tests, in high school, and beyond!

"I want to thank you for working with Matt. Not only did you help him increase his test scores, you also helped boost his confidence in himself. I found that there was improvement in his overall grades after working with you. He had the confidence to continue to challenge himself in his senior year with AP and college credit courses."

Diana P., Parent

The Much Smarter Method helps students learn how to do their best work on the SAT and ACT.

Beyond just teaching them the materials, we help our kids re-think their ideas about their own limits and teach them respond effectively to situations that present anxiety and stress — leaving them calmer, more confident, and fully capable of doing their best work on test day!

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