Hello! I’m Peter, your SAT/ACT insider.
Think of me as your spy on the inside, someone who’s infiltrated the ranks of the College Board and ACT Inc. and exposed the unique ways they craft their traps. Do you ever find yourself down to two choices but somehow always pick the wrong one? Imagine for a second if you had a bulletproof way to always pick the right answer…without doubt, without guessing! What if you could annihilate that crippling feeling of not knowing how to approach a problem? Overwhelmed? Let me erase that sinking sense of feeling lost and confused. I’ll show you how you (yes YOU) can confidently, quickly, and accurately answer every question the test throws at you.
After graduating from an Ivy League school (Brown University) and scoring nearly perfect in high school, I became a full-time SAT/ACT strategist. With over 15,000 hours of live coaching experience under my belt, I can fling open the iron gates of your dream college.
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Among the things you can expect to learn:
- Super detailed tactics and strategies to skyrocket your scores
- The devious traps and patterns commonly used on the SAT/ACT (only obvious after analyzing thousands of real, official questions)
- Psychological shifts that will improve your productivity and retention rates (i.e. study effectiveness)
- How to shave hours off your prep time by focusing on what’s truly important
I’ve been involved in college admissions prep since 2008 (nearly a decade), and helping students get into their dream school has been my full-time professional job. I specialize almost exclusively in three things–SAT/SAT Subject Tests, ACT, and college admissions essays–so rest assured that I live, breathe, and sleep college admissions.
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