Small Group Classes


  • Premium SAT Class:   Tuesday/Thursday, 4 pm-6 pm, April 23-May 30, To prep for June 1st SAT. 


  • Intensive SAT/PSAT Class:  Mon -Wed - Fri, 9 am to noon, June 24 - July 26, no class 7/5, includes practice tests and review.  Prepares students for the new digital SAT & PSAT.
  • Premium SAT/PSAT Class:   Tues/Thurs, 9 am - 11:30 am, June 25 - July 30, No class on 7/4.  To prep for Aug. SAT or PSAT in Oct.  Includes practice tests and review.
  • Premium SAT/PSAT Class:   Tues/Thurs, 4 pm to 6:30 pm, June 25 - July 30,.  No class on 7/4.   To prep for Aug. SAT or PSAT in Oct.  Includes practice tests and review.
  • Premium ACT Class Mon/Wed, 4 pm to 6 pm, June 3  - July 10, Prep for July 13th ACT

Our students increase an average of 166 points on the SAT.  Around 90% increase by at least 100 points.  Many increase by more than 200; some even more than 300 points.  Our ACT students typically improve between 4 and 6 points.  Follow links below for more details.

Premium SAT Class - More Info

Intensive SAT Class - More Info

ACT Class - More info

Feel free to contact us at 817-451-6200 for more information or to sign up.  Or, you can sign up online.   Enroll Now!

Spring Prep for Juniors and Sophomores

Here are some prep suggestions for juniors taking the SAT or ACT in the Spring.  I’ve included some recommendations for how to prepare for the digital PSAT which will be given in October.
Prep for Juniors: we have a several options to prepare for SATs and ACTs in the Spring.  Most schools will be offering a school-day SAT in March. In addition, there are national tests in March, May, and June.  Individual prep can begin any time since the schedules are customized.  Here’s a link:  Individual SAT Prep.  Our first group class begins January 24th.  Here’s the schedule:
Prep for Sophomores: current sophomores will be the first cohort to take the new computer-adapted PSAT and SAT. The PSAT in Fall 2023 will be in the new format with the new SAT coming out in 2024. We will begin preparing students for the new PSAT in our Summer classes and individual programs. However, high achieving sophomores are also advised to consider taking the current SAT this Spring to help get a baseline and get feedback on areas on which to focus.