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Varsity Tutors can help your child get ready for the HSPT with an in-depth HSPT course. Taking an HSPT class gives your child the opportunity to work directly with an expert on the material they need to know before taking their exam. Continue reading for more information on how HSPT courses can add to your student's study plan. Or, get in touch with us today if you're ready to sign them up.

The High School Placement Test, or HSPT, is an exam that is typically taken by eighth graders who are seeking admission into a private or independent high school. High schools nationwide have been using the HSPT for over fifty years. A student's exam score may also influence whether or not they are chosen for competitive scholarships at these schools. HSPT classes could help your child develop a more effective and efficient study plan in the build-up to their examination.

Here's some more information on the different types of HSPT exams that are available to take:

  • Closed HSPT - standardized national exam with a new edition released each year, scored by STS.
  • Open HSPT - available to schools to purchase and handle scoring locally, allowing for additional exam customization at the school level
  • Pre-HSPT - 7th-grade version of the Closed HSPT suitable as a way for students to warm up for the real HSPT the following year

When you sign your child up for an HSPT prep course, you can feel confident that they'll get the help they need to reach for more of their academic potential. Your student will get to work with their instructor through a series of one-on-one lessons. They can work through each lesson at their own pace and stop to get additional guidance with a challenging topic whenever they need to. Your child's HSPT prep class will also provide them with a customized study plan based on their specific areas of strength and weakness. This level of individualization in the learning process can be hard to find through other test preparation resources. For instance, if your student has a hard time with math, their tutor can spend extra time covering the math topics they need to know before taking the HSPT. Your child will be able to avoid having to work through material that they may already understand.

These are some of the topics that your child will encounter while taking their HSPT examination:

  • Verbal skills
  • Cognitive skills
  • Reading
  • Math
  • Language
  • Science (optional)
  • Catholic religion (optional)

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