SAT Test on December 2, 2017
October 14 – November 25 (6 weeks): SAT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
SAT Test on March 10, 2018
January 27 – March 3 (6 weeks): SAT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
SAT Test on April 10, 2018 (State test given in school)
March 17 – April 7 (4 weeks): SAT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
ACT Test on April 14, 2018
February 24 – April 7 (6 weeks): ACT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
SAT Test on June 2, 2018
April 21 – May 26 (6 weeks): SAT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
ACT Test on June 9, 2018
April 28 – June 2 (6 weeks): ACT Small Group Tutoring (Saturdays)
With a maximum of 5 students in an ACT small group tutoring session, Tina is able to provide her students the advantage of personalized attention while facilitating group participation. The tutoring will review content that appears on the ACT, in addition to teaching test taking skills and strategies.
With a maximum of 5 students in a SAT small group tutoring session, Tina is able to provide her students the advantage of personalized attention while facilitating group participation. The tutoring will review content that appears on the SAT, in addition to teaching test taking skills and strategies.
Tutoring students one-on-one provides students with the highest level of customization while preparing for either the ACT or SAT. Tina reviews content, as well as test taking strategies, with each student.
What People Are Saying
“Tina has done an excellent job at preparing me for the ACT. She really cares about her students and is engaging in her study times. I raised my ACT score so much, that I got into my dream college, Loyola University Chicago, with an updated academic scholarship! This wouldn’t have been something that I could have achieved alone. I recommend this tutoring service to EVERY high schooler, as it crucial to achieve high ACT/SAT scores for college admission. Tina gets the job done, is very flexible, and truly cares about my success.”Austin
“Tina is the best of the best when it comes to preparing kids for the ACT/SAT. My son got into the college of his choice with an academic scholarship thanks to Tina’s guidance. We had used other tutors prior to using Tina @My2tor but didn’t get results until we worked with her. She truly cares about her students and gives them the confidence to be successful on these tests.”Melissa
“Tina is the best when it came to preparing me for the ACT! She gave me the guidance AND confidence that I needed to help me achieve my highest ACT score ever! Tina has forever changed my life and has become an amazing mentor and friend through high school, college, and beyond. Her patience, knowledge, and ACT tricks were the most effective I had ever received”Lauren
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