Candace J is an educator of 16+ years, online entrepreneur, and most importantly wife and mom of 6. Her extensive background includes teaching college preparatory readiness courses to diverse student levels, with a special focus on student-athletes striving to fulfill college admission criteria. Candace is wholly committed to identifying the essential skills and talents essential for triumph in higher education and beyond. Her passion lies in empowering students to conquer their objectives, nurturing success every step of the way!
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The 10-hour SAT/ACT prep program will consist of content, practice and reviewing test format. Additional hours beyond the initial 10 will give students the opportunity to dive deeper into content, practice or both.
That depends on you! Depending on factors such as what subjects students need to increase their score, available time in schedule, college deadlines and more will determine if students are capable of scheduling prep sessions in multiple subject areas.
Yes, every student must commit to at least 10 hours of SAT prep for a specified test topic (ie – SAT Reading, ACT math. Etc.) SAT and ACT prep will require a serious commitment from students and parents. While I would love to enact long contracts with guaranteed payouts, some students find that the commitment is hard to keep during certain times of the school year. Teaching becomes very ineffective when students and parents feel “forced” to attend sessions to satisfy a contract rather than encouraged and enthusiastic to set and achieve the goals established during the 1st session.
This will vary depending on the student and his/her goals; however, here are some average statistics for students who have completed an Elite SAT Test Prep program with Ms. Candace:
Similarly, ACT test prep results will vary between students. However, to give you a baseline feel for the improvements that are possible by completing the elite ACT test prep programs, here are some average Powerful Prep student statistics for the ACT:
The average class size for our test preparation courses is between 8 and 10 students, which allows for personalized instruction and individual attention.
I take pride in definitively stating that I am a teacher first. My specialty is teaching! What does that include? The capacity to teach important skill sets, convey information in a logical and organized manner, provide frequent and immediate feedback, vary instructional techniques when needed and utilize instructional strategies that are most appropriate and effective for the content and student. All aspects carried out in a proficient manner that allows for real learning.
Our instructors are highly experienced and have a proven track record of helping students achieve their goals. They have advanced degrees and extensive training in test preparation and teaching.
YES! I have partnered with many schools in the area to provide test prep services to athletes needing a little (and BIG) jump in scores to attain the requirements needed to play sports at the next level. Email me to discuss the needs of your athletic program.