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College Prep & Testing


For students who aspire to continue their education at a four year college or university, taking either the SAT or ACT is an important part of the college application process. Students can get a sense of their proficiency for the SAT by taking the PSAT (Practice SAT) during their sophomore and/or junior year of high school. These standardized tests are an important factor in the college application process because, as the name implies, they are “standardized” thereby giving the schools a uniform tool by which to measure students’ aptitude. 

The official SAT and ACT exams are usually taken in the junior year of high school and often into the senior year in preparation for college applications. Proficiency on the SAT and/or ACT is an important part of the college admissions process.


At Building Knowledge Everyday our process is to give students tools that have proven to be successful in performing well on these challenging tests. It is not uncommon for many students, no matter their academic capabilities, to become overwhelmed by the standardized college entrance exams. However, equipped with the methodology taught by our tutors, your students will be more confident and score higher on the tests than they would if they tried to tackle this challenge on their own.


 College essays can be cumbersome and difficult to develop for some students. The essay must catch the attention of admissions officers and illuminate students’ intellect, personality, and potential. Our tutors at Building Knowledge Everyday will guide your student in writing essays that make admissions officers take notice. We accomplish this by:

  • Brainstorming and Discussing Essay Topics with the student.

  • Drawing out Compelling Angles and Examples

  • Guiding the student Through the Writing Process and Help with Writer’s Block

  • We Motivate and Set Deadlines for the student to meet throughout Essay Development.

Our tutors will finally proofread and make sure that a quality essay is produced before a student submits to the college of their choice.

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