Standardized Test Preparation

Standardized testing is being implemented more and more often across all grade levels. Where once students only thought of the SAT as the "big one" standing between them and colleges across the country, the ACT is now an increasingly attractive option, too. But not only do students have to choose between those two, they are now more typically looking into SAT II and AP subject tests to help bolster their college applications. And, of course, for those middle school students still several years from college, there are the HSPT, SSAT, or ISEE to contend with. But standardized testing doesn't have to be daunting, and with a proper plan and preparation, any of these exams can be comfortably taken, thereby helping students move one step closer to their college or high school goals. Learn more about our test prep programs and how we can help your child today.

Meet our Tutors

Fisayo Adeyeye

Fisayo holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from California State University, Fullerton.  He has over four years of experience working as a Language Arts and Study Skills Tutor.  Fisayo has been an Artist in Residence for the Ruth Asawa School of the Arts, where he taught Poetry to high school students.  As an English Instructional Assistant for the Educational Opportunity Summer Bridge Program, he worked with incoming college freshmen on their writing and reading.  He has taught study, organization, and time management skills to students at the Learning Assistance Center at San Francisco State University.  Fisayo has experience supporting a diverse set of students, including English Language Learners and students with learning difficulties.  He is currently working on a Master of Fine Arts in Poetry from San Francisco State University.  Outside of tutoring, Fisayo spends time writing, reading, and making art.  A former Poetry Editor for Fourteen Hills and Co-Curator of the VelRo Graduate Reading Series, Fisayo has poems published in New American Writing, Souvenir Lit Journal, and Up the Staircase Quarterly.

Patti Colver

Patti holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from Loyola Marymount University.  She also earned a Multiple Subject Credential from Notre Dame de Namur University.  Patti brings more than nine years of experience teaching children in elementary grades.  She has successfully tutored students in all subject areas from kindergarten through fourth grade, for the past thirteen years.  In addition, Patti has worked as a one-on-one aide in classroom settings with students who have learning differences (such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, AD/HD, and other challenges), for over eleven years.  Patti strongly believes that children benefit greatly from individualized instruction provided by a caring, patient educator.

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