Goldstein Test Prep
Enhancing Student Achievement
in Greater Pittsburgh Since 2007
Concept Review — There are a surprisingly small number of concepts that students need to know for the SAT. The Critical Reading requires no background knowledge aside from vocabulary. The Writing Multiple Choice requires that students know about 18 basic grammar concepts. The Math section requires about 30 basic math concepts drawn from arithmetic, algebra, geometry and statistics. Algebra 2 is the highest level on the SAT. We review each and every concept in depth, but more importantly, we show students how each concept is designed to test them on their ability to think one individual step at a time.
Curious as to what your PSAT scores actually mean? Call us for a free consultation! We will walk you through each of the scores and subscores. We can also help you determine whether your student is a better candidate for the SAT or ACT. You can reach us at 412-874-7645!
We will be offering several ACT Workhops in preparation for the 2017 spring tests! Each workshop is one weekend and features a comprehensive introduction to each section of the ACT. Workshops are ideal for students who have already completed an SAT program and want to learn the differences between the tests, or for students who want an introduction to the ACT. All students will receive ACT practice materials and a detailed practice plan for how to continue preparing. Workshops will be held at Shady Side Academy in Fox Chapel and the Pine-Richland Youth Center. Register on our Courses page or by clicking on the links below!
January 21 and 22 - Shady Side Academy
January 28 and 29 - Pine-Richland Youth Center
March 25 and 26 - Shady Side Academy
April 2 and 3 - Pine-Richland Youth Center