As a test preparation company that has been raising student achievement on the SAT since 2001, Academic Approach is a well-experienced partner prepared to support schools with high-quality, skills-building, test-preparation services:
- Assessments and reporting
- Professional development for faculty
- Test-preparation classes for students
Through our unique skills-based approach to Teaching Beyond the Test™, we have prepared thousands of students for success on the SAT and helped hundreds of teachers raise college-readiness skills and testing scores in their classrooms.
Academic Approach will partner with you to customize an SAT test-preparation solution that:
- Raises scores,
- Improves college readiness,
- Aligns with your goals and educational mission, and
- Adapts to the unique needs of your students and faculty
We welcome you to visit SAT Packages to see examples on how we can build a customized solution for you.
Academic Approach has been in a unique position as a leader in test performance and college entrance assessment, allowing Academic Approach to improve upon our large knowledge on student performance, college readiness, and skill gaps across diverse cohorts of students. Academic Approach has supported thousands of students across school districts in Illinois, Colorado, Michigan, New York, and other states, giving us a deep understanding on how to support students.
Academic Approach has long provided effective and highly-regarded data-driven courses to schools and in-depth faculty coaching and professional development on our skills-based approach to assessments through our data-driven cycle, standards-aligned reporting, rigorous instructional materials, online formative assessment builder, and data conferences that emphasize skill mastery and teaching beyond the test.
To start, we welcome you to utilize the educational resources on this site to familiarize you and your colleagues with:
- The content and construct of the PSAT and SAT
- Comparisons among the tests
- A concordance table, which helps students relate their scores on the Redesigned SAT to the 2005 SAT and to the ACT