Private In-Home and Online ASPIRE Tutoring in Chicago, IL
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How can a tutor help your child master the ASPIRE?
The PLAN test, or preliminary ACT, provides practice for the ACT. It is the ACT's equivalent to the SAT's PSAT and is administered during the sophomore year of high school. The PSAT, often known as the Pre-SAT, is similar in nature, but also qualifies students for National Merit Scholarships. Taking both the PLAN and PSAT is advisable -- and often required by high schools -- as it may help to determine whether your child is likely to perform better on the ACT or SAT. You can then use their scoring information to determine which test they should focus on when studying. The ACT organization views the PLAN as predictive of future performance on the ACT. It's often advised to focus on scoring well on this exam, as it is a good predictor of how competitive your student will be in terms of college admissions. Using a PLAN tutor in Chicago can help to substantially improve your child's score on and readiness for the ACT exam.
Highly credentialed PLAN tutors are dedicated to helping your child make consistent improvement before the test date. They will give assignments between sessions and provide tutoring for all four subject areas of the PLAN: English, Math, Reading, and Science. The instructors are experienced teachers and can provide subject area coaching, test-taking guidance, and mock tests. Consistent, helpful feedback and progress monitoring is given as well. The PLAN tutors in Chicago, IL, are available to help your child get ready to do their best. The tutors will thoroughly assess their current skill level, identify areas for improvement, and develop a plan to give them the best chance for a great PLAN score.