or the ACT
are the required tests for entrance to US universities, with students being able to submit scores for one or the other. There are differences between the two exams, with the ACT containing a specific science section, and with some variation between the two in terms of the maths topics being examined. Both have optional essays, which are not used to score students. The multiple choice, 'tick box' format of these tests can often be a little unfamiliar to international students who have focused more on essay questions and written answers. High scores are required for students to compete effectively for the top US universities.Modelex has broad experience in assisting students through choosing between the SAT and the ACT, planning an effective programme of study that focuses on all sections of the tests, and working through intensive practice and preparation before the exams themselves.
Our SAT teachers are graduates of either Ivy League universities or prestigious institutions like MIT. They can provide valuable help with the Common Application, a central facet of the application system for US universities. We advise for the all-important application essays, and our tutors can deliver both the theoretical and practical knowledge required, having themselves been through the system.
We are able to offer specific exam techniques and preparation for both exams, including detailed help with the College Board revision materials where necessary.