Strategies, Tips, & Tricks

Course Dates

  • January 19-February 9, SAT MATH, 10a-1p Saturdays, TML Online Classroom
  • ​January 19-February 9, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, 1p-3p, Saturdays, TML Online Classroom
  • January 22-February 14, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-8p, TML Online Classroom
  • January 26-March 30, ACT 10a-12p, Saturdays, TML Online Classroom
  • February 5-12, ACT Math/Science Reasoning, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6-8p, TML Online Classroom
  • March 4-20, ACT Reading and English, 6-8p, TML Online Classroom
  • April 15-May 1, SAT Math, 5:30-7:30p, Mondays and Wednesdays, TML Online Classrooms
  • April 16-May 2, SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, 5:30-7:30p, Tuesdays and Thursdays, TML Online Classroom


test prep

Standardized tests are being implemented more and more often across all grade levels.  Where once students only thought of the SAT as the one standing between the and colleges across the country, the ACT is now an increasingly attractive option, too.  For those middle school students still several years from college, there are the HSPT, SSAT, or ISEE to contend with.  Standardized testing, however, does not have to be daunting, and with a proper plan and preparation, any of these exams can be comfortably taken, thereby helping students move one step closer to their college or high school goals.