ACT, SAT, & AP

Test Prep

We do not know what will be happening in the short, medium or long term with standardized tests, but in a world of “test optional,” many students will want to have the opportunity to take an SAT, ACT, or AP Exam to see if they can achieve a score that would enhance their college application.  If this sounds like you, Lemonade Education can help. 

SAT/ACT Prep

Students will be placed in level-appropriate groups based on a practice exam score. Classes will be capped at eight students, and will be led by TEACHERS, not tutors.  Each 6-week session will cover the content and strategies important for success on the exams. Our price includes a Lemonade Study Guide book, and an evaluation at the end of the session, outlining strengths and suggestions for continued improvement. 

Accelerated ACT/SAT Prep 

Accelerated ACT/SAT Prep is for students whose scores are ALMOST where they want them, and who just need to brush up, learn some strategies, and get focused! In a 90-minute session each week, for six weeks, the teachers will cover the “how tos” of taking the exam.  Students choose either the SAT or ACT focus. Classes will be capped at eight students.

AP Strategy Sessions

You have the content, now you need to know how to approach the AP exam.  Strategy Sessions teach students HOW to do well on the exam – covering rubrics, timing, and best practices for achieving the highest score possible.  In six, 90-minute sessions, our AP Teachers will prepare students for these important exams. Classes will be capped at eight students. Classes include detailed sets of notes for the student to keep.

Strategy Sessions are available in 

  • AP Physics 1

  • AP Physics C- Mechanics

  • AP Physics C- E&M

  • AP Biology

  • AP Chemistry

  • AP World History

  • AP GOV

  • AP US History

  • AP European History

  • AP Language and Composition

  • AP Literature

  • AP Calculus AB

  • AP Calculus BC

  • AP Statistics

  • AP Spanish Literature and Culture

We do not recommend that students put themselves in harm’s way to take a standardized test, nor do we recommend that students travel long distances, or to other states, to test.  Please talk to an advisor – your school counselor, an independent counselor, or a trusted professional who understands testing – if you have questions.