Getting a good score in your exam has many big advantages. In addition to giving you a wider selection of colleges to choose from, it opens the door to many financial and employment benefits after graduation.

Taking a comprehensive prep course is the most efficient and cost-effective way to increase your score, as well as your short-term and long-term opportunities.

Academic Benefits

Taking a comprehensive prep course can help you achieve a better score and academic success in three key ways:


Fill in knowledge gaps.

Brush up on what you’ve learned in class, and catch up on anything you missed along the way. No one picks up everything the first time around.

Build a strategy.

Just as important as what you’ll be tested on, is how you’ll be tested and scored. Knowing how to gauge your time, when to guess, and how to choose between two answers can make all the difference.

Build your confidence.

You could know all the information perfectly and still freeze up during an exam. Becoming familiar with the questions and test format can significantly lower your test anxiety and improve your score.

Financial Benefits

A US education is very expensive. In a very recent survey * of «college pricing, a “moderate” college budget for an in-state public college for the 2015–2016 academic year averaged $24,061. A moderate budget at a private college averaged $47,831».

Investing a little money into getting a higher score now could save you thousands of dollars in college tuition later.

Never Give Up on a College Because of Its Sticker Price!!

Employment Benefits

A better score can lead to a better college, a better college to a better job, and a better job to better overall life satisfaction.