||is the most common prerequisite for international students wishing to study at the university level in English speaking countries. We provide comprehensive instruction and strategies to help maximize student’s scoring potential.
||is the test mainly based on high school curriculum; more students are taking ACT than SAT as the college entrance test. It is divided into three parts of English, math and science.
||is the standardized college entrance test required for students who wish to apply for universities/colleges in the U.S.A. SAT I consists of the assessment of critical reading, mathematical reasoning, and writing skills. SAT II is a subject test and required for selective universities/colleges.
||AP courses are recognized as first year credits at some universities. Good standing in AP courses and exams demonstrate to universities and colleges, the academic capabilities of a student; and therefore makes the student more desirable as a potential candidate.