Want to Become a National Merit Scholar?
In addition to preparing students for the SAT, the PSAT is also the qualifying test for the highly selective National Merit Scholarship. Becoming a National Merit Scholar or even finishing as a semifinalist can greatly strengthen your college application. Moreover, the NMSQT also has corporate partners who sponsor additional scholarships that can help fund your college education.
Ivy’s College Path PSAT Program will not only prepare you to ace the PSAT/NMSQT, but also give you an all-round early bird start on your college admissions process.
When Do You Start Preparing For College?
The short answer is: the earlier, the better.
The good news: not all college preparation involves intensive work.
Ivy’s College-Path PSAT Program
At Ivy, we offer high school freshmen and sophomores a smooth transition into the academic rigor and advanced skills required for college. You need three things in order to excel in the PSAT, ace the SAT, and be locked and loaded to attend your dream school—focused attention, strong problem-solving, and superior reading and writing abilities.
Through a small group PSAT prep class that will also be a math league, a book club and a writing workshop, you will gain all necessary skills for college readiness. The PSAT Program also includes regular counseling sessions with our admissions experts.
Experienced and Service-Minded Teachers
Past students who have expressed disappointment with other tutoring centers have all had the same complaint—that the tutor acted like an arrogant know-it-all. On the other hand, Ivy teachers will be your expert friends, coaches and guides.
“The instructors were a great help and extremely knowledgeable.”
“Overall, the SAT program has helped me improve my score, and I recommend it to others. My experience with Ivy Test Prep has met my expectations.”
I increased my SAT score by almost 300 points after coming to Ivy Test Prep. The teacher-to-student ratio was perfect, and there was a good mix of a supportive and competitive environment in the classroom.
From getting scores in the 1100s and 1200s, I began scoring around 750 in the Math section, and my English scores also substantially improved. Ivy’s curriculum is intensive and well-planned, covering all topics without rushing through them or wasting too much time. Also, there’s no SAT program that’s more affordable.