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ThinquePrep offers its students a variety of preparatory services to ensure peak scores come testing day :

  • Weekly simulated full-length practice testing

  • One-on-one review sessions targeting weak concepts

  • Group classes to enhance test taking skills

  • Online record of reports and score improvement


The CollegeBoard SAT Test

Out of 1600; The SAT is a standardized test used by many colleges during the admissions process. Evidence and content based,

Subjects Tested: Reading Comprehension, Writing & Language, Mathematics, and an optional Essay.

Duration: 3 Hours (not including breaks)

SAT Subject Testing

Out of 800; SAT Subject tests are designed to measure a students knowledge in specific areas.  Typically used for highly selective schools and to strengthen certain applications.


Out of 36; The ACT is a standardized test also used for college admissions.  Aside from the difference in timing, this test tends to possess more straightforward questions. 

Subjects Tested: English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and an optional Essay

Duration: 2 Hours, 55 Minutes (not including breaks)



High School Placement Test 

The HSPT i s used by high schools nationwide to assist in admissions, scholarships, and curriculum placement.  Taken by 8th graders entering 9th grade.  

Subjects Tested: Verbal Skills, Quantitative Skills, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics, and Language

Duration: 2 Hours, 30 Minutes


Independent School Entrance Exam 

Out of 9; The ISEE is an exam used for admissions to certain private schools; several versions of the test are used for grades 5-12.

The Lower Level Exam: for application to 5th and 6th grade
The Middle Level Exam: for application to 7th and 8th grade
The Upper Level Exam: for application to 9th-12th grade


Advanced Placement Testing

Out of 5; Advanced Placement classes are used by High Schools to simulate a college level course; typically for the purpose of acquiring university credits and appealing to admissions applications.

ThinquePrep offers hourly guidance for AP courses; whether it be homework, in-class exam prep, or the official AP exam. 

AP Courses Taught: Calculus AB/BC, Statistics, English Language, English Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Environmental Science, World History, US History, Government, Economics, Psychology

International Baccalaureate 

Out of 7: Often compared to AP courses, IB classes offer a college level experience with rigorous curriculum.  Taking an IB course may help students identify their career path or strengthen their accreditations for college applications.