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Our Self-Paced SAT Online Course Isn’t For Everyone
The curriculum isn’t easy. But the rewards are priceless and ambitious students love us. The reasons why? See for yourself. Here’s what we’ve helped students of all ages and demographics accomplish:
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Let’s be honest. We’re not the only solution in town and many competitors make similar promises — at a cheaper price. Who you choose is ultimately your decision. Here are the advantages of choosing our online course:
Perfect Score Strategies
Access 100+ strategies for noticing patterns, solving problems, and thinking outside of the box — skills that are valuable for not only acing the SAT, but also for excelling in a career.
Score Improvement Guarantee
If your child’s SAT score does not increase after completing our course, we will refund 100% of your money.
Study 30 hours of on-demand lessons anywhere on any computer or mobile device with an internet connection.
Real Students. Realistic Results.
“Pacing was great, my instructor was Daniel Lee and my score improved by so much because of his attitude towards teaching. He made sure we understood topics and made many jokes in order to lighten the mood when we got tired. Amazing experience!”
“Prep Expert has helped me tremendously for my upcoming SAT. Clay Cooper is an amazing instructor who is very informative and truly cares about each of his students.”
“As an instructor Daniel Lee was extremely helpful, he made the class easy to learn and fun. While school can be treacherous at times this class was never boring and helped me tremendously. I would recommend this to anyone”
“The instructor Daniel Lee is a great instructor he makes sure to include fun quotes and things to do while you are still studying for the SAT. He's a very good instructor in general.”
“I feel like I have improved greatly with the strategies that clay implemented. He made the class fun, but we also learned a ton. We stayed focused in our lessons, and added creative tricks to keep us engaged.”
“I really enjoyed using prep expert. I had Harsh Patel as my teacher and he was amazing. He kept the class enjoyable while teaching, and made it an easy 6 weeks.”
“PrepExpert has greatly increased my confidence in my test taking skills. Harsh was a great instructor and really cared about the people he was teaching and he made it very enjoyable.”
Time Left Before The Next SAT
Our top students prepare for at least 6 weeks before taking the SAT. Since the SAT is only offered a few times a year, the sooner you start prepping — the better. Choose a plan that works for you:
How long does the SAT Self-Paced Course take?
The Self-Paced Course is a 30-hour course you can go through at your own schedule. You’ll have one year of access to the material.
Will this course sabotage my child’s GPA?
It shouldn’t and in fact, the self-paced course’s material will probably increase your child’s GPA. The reason why is because the problem-solving and test-taking methods taught are universal.
When's the best time to purchase the Self-Paced SAT Course?
The sooner the better! Students who take our classes as freshmen or sophomores tend to have the best results — from highest score improvements to most scholarships won.
Don’t forget — in addition to raising SAT scores, our test-taking strategies work for standardized tests such as the PSAT, AP Exams, SAT Subject Exams, State High School Standardized Exams, GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, and more.
We recommend taking our self-prep course before October of your child’s junior year, as it will help them score high on the PSAT and become a National Merit Finalist ($100,000+ in college scholarships).
Is there a guarantee?
Yes. If your child’s SAT score does not increase after fully implementing our material, we will refund 100% of your money. Please see our terms for full details.
Should my child take the SAT or ACT?
It doesn't matter to colleges and universities which exam the student takes. Traditionally, students better at problem-solving and critical thinking should take the SAT, while those better at learning content should take the ACT. However, after the redesign of the SAT in 2016, the two tests became more similar than ever. One advantage of taking the SAT course is that it also prepares students for the PSAT that is administered in October of their junior year and can qualify them for National Merit scholarships!