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PSAT/Regents (8th – 10th Grade)

Early preparation is key! By starting to study for admissions exams and thinking about college choices earlier, you have so many more options and interventions open to you. For instance, in the case your verbal score is weak, you have many more semesters to improve on it as a Freshman and Sophomore, as opposed to waiting until Junior or Senior year to fix it. Unfortunately, no matter how hard you work and no matter how hands-on our instructors are, your scores can only increase so much in a short amount of time as opposed to years of practice.

By preparing early, you will also improve your chances of scoring well on the PSAT/NMSQT. The PSAT can be treated like a trial run for the SAT, and even the ACT, but it’s more than just that. PSAT scores are used to award scholarships to National Merit Scholars.

Fall, Spring, Summer

Each class day is broken up into subject specific periods that are led by highly experienced instructors that have a deep knowledge and passion for their subject matter. Students are broken up into small classes based upon proficiency level to ensure that students’ individual strengths and weaknesses are addressed even in a classroom setting.

Mock Exam

Practicing under realistic exam conditions allows for students to perfect their scores leading up to their official exam. Mock exams are also a great opportunity for students to gauge how much preparation they need and when they should plan to take an official exam. Kent Prep mock exams are exams that were previously administered as official ones. Tests are also followed up with a personalized report of scores that will help students understand their strengths and weaknesses. Mock Exams Registration Page