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The Time to Start Preparing for ACT, SAT, and PSAT is Now
Mackler Associates of St. Louis is offering comprehensive test preparation for fall testing dates
By: Mackler Associates
If you or your high schooler is planning on attending college, you will be required to take the ACT (http://www.mackleradvantage.com/
Advance preparation for all of the above tests is essential to success. Mackler Associates (http://www.mackleradvantage.com/)
Both the ACT and SAT are used by colleges in order to filter out the students most likely to succeed from their large and high-quality applicant pools. Since these tests can make such a huge difference in the first stages of a student’s college application process, proper preparation is key. Ideally, a student should receive individual attention to his or her special strengths and needs in order to maximize the chances for success.
Mackler Associates has found that the least effective method of test prep is a short series of large classes. Therefore, they offer individualized, one-on-one tutoring for the best results. From working with all kinds of students with vastly different abilities and profiles over the last 31 years, Mackler Associates has the experience to effectively lead students towards success.
In addition to college entrance exam preparation, Mackler Associates also offers test prep programs for the GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and others. Mentoring and subject-specific tutoring programs are also available for all students from elementary school to graduate school.
About Mackler Associates
Mackler Associates was founded by St. Louis native Dr. Leona Mackler in 1982 to offer professional, personalized tutoring and test prep to students of all ages. The staff of highly-trained professionals at Mackler Associates tailors instruction to meet the needs of each student’s individual learning style. One-on-one and small group settings ensure that each student receives the attention and feedback he or she deserves. And the fun yet challenging environment offered encourages learning, and keeps students focused on their success.