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Tutor Time Now: Another division of Custom Academics, LLC

TEST PREP

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DETAILS

  • We offer preparation for 9 different standardized tests through our Tutor Time Now website, another division of Custom Academics, LLC that was also founded by Tatum Hutton in 2009.

  • Spaces fill up months in advance--so PLEASE schedule your course dates as soon as you decide.

  • Our results speak for themselves. Most national test prep programs boast a score raise above 35 points; whereas our average score raise is almost 200 points! This is based on completing all of  the assignments and sessions recommended.

  • Higher scores lead to increased academic, scholarship, and career opportunities. 

  • Tutor Time Now's SAT and ACT Preparatory Program is a personalized course that Tatum perfected over the past 15 years after getting a perfect math SAT score herself. 

  • Because of Tatum's expertise, 97% of her students achieved or surpassed their goals, and 99.9% are currently thriving in colleges, law schools, medical schools, etc., all around the world. 

  • Tatum attributes this to the fact that she relentlessly encourages students through positive reinforcement, humor, and constantly reminding them that they can do anything that they set their minds to--the very philosophy that led her to Harvard.

Tutor Time Now Tutors These Standardized Tests:

  • SAT

  • ACT

  • GRE

  • MCAT

  • SSAT

  • ISEE

  • HSPT

  • PSAT

  • LSAT

  • GMAT

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  • Customized Test Prep Tutoring includes a great deal of time analyzing the student's scores and assignments, grading assignments/practice tests, customizing lessons, and analyzing all results for maximum improvement.

  • It requires a 3 hour a week commitment for the student (including assignments and tutoring).

  • It takes on average 10 sessions to properly prepare for most standardized tests.

  • If after the first attempt the student did not meet his/her goal, we usually recommend that students take a break, and then do a shortened prep course before the next attempt.

  • For parents of students with learning differences (LD), Tatum has developed numerous techniques for success. The approach for an LD student is even more customized, often longer in duration, but equally successful. 

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