The Case for Our SAT Prep Protocols
1. The Traditional Approach Fails the Typical Student.
Consider this fact: the national average SAT Math score for all students is a 530 out of 800 points (representing mastery of only 66% of the tested content). The last time I checked, a “66” is a failing score! The truth is that the traditional approach to Math Section of the SAT is failing most kids ~ not just yours! So I ask you: “Why continue searching for success within what we already agree is a failed system?”
2. Your kid is NOT a Math Teacher!
If your kid’s like most of our students, he or she probably hates what little they still remember of the math they were once taught. Here is the cold, hard truth: regardless of how much he tries, he will never be as good at math as his old Algebra teacher. It’s because of this reason that you know that your kid doesn’t stand a chance in obtaining a significant score improvement on the Math Section of the SAT doing what they’ve always done, and you can NOT help them.
3. There is a Legitimate Alternative.
We can help you ~ because we know what works, and it works for every student.
Our score improvement system on the Math Section of the SAT is based on categorizing all of the high frequency, difficult Math problems that show up in large numbers on every SAT. These are the hardest math problems on the whole test (which means that your student is missing most, if not all, of them). Once identified by category, we will show your student how to work all of these ~ with 4th grade math instead of Algebra! I know it sounds “too good to be true,” but it works.
4. The Science of Simplicity & Standardization.
I promise. If your kid can add, subtract, multiply and divide (with a calculator), he will have no problems using our system, and his SAT score will skyrocket!
5. Not Just a Math Solution.
While the DVD Series focus solely on the Math Section, your purchase secures access to our SAT Prep Forum (where there is an additional 18 hours of video instruction in the Math Section, as well as comprehensive tools to address the other two sections of the SAT ~ namely Critical Reading and Writing.