Category: A-List Blog

Preparing for the ACT – key steps

August 23rd, 2018

The ACT Test is an exam that students need to sit in order to be able to study at US universities. It has quickly become popular due to its easy format, fast thinking and steady pacing. A-List Education is here to help you know exactly what to expect from the ACT test through our customised … Continue reading “Preparing for the ACT – key steps”

What is the difference between the ACT and the SAT?

August 16th, 2018

Most US colleges and universities accept scores from the ACT and the SAT test which can be a tough decision for students, as they typically only prepare for one of them. Picking the exam best suited to you will help ensure acceptance into your chosen universities. At A-List Education we are here to help with … Continue reading “What is the difference between the ACT and the SAT?”

ACT Tutoring in London with A-List Education

August 9th, 2018

If you are about to take the ACT test and you do not know anything about it, we can help you! At A-List Education we offer customised courses and ACT Tutoring in London. Over the years, we have gained much experience and we have developed our expertise on how to tackle the most common issues … Continue reading “ACT Tutoring in London with A-List Education”

Secure your child’s future with SAT Tutoring London

August 2nd, 2018

The US is known as the land of opportunity but accessing those opportunities can be an uphill struggle. A world-class education at a leading US university goes a long way towards making the most of those opportunities. If your child wants to benefit from a US university education, then they will have to jump through … Continue reading “Secure your child’s future with SAT Tutoring London”

Get the prep you need with ACT Tutoring London

July 26th, 2018

Are you dreaming of university life in the US? Longing to get a world-class education and explore American culture? All you need to do to get that all-important acceptance letter is master the ACT. That’s no small feat, especially when you’re already juggling school, homework, friends and family obligations. A-List Education is here to make … Continue reading “Get the prep you need with ACT Tutoring London”

Upcoming SAT & SAT Subject Tests: Things to Keep in Mind

July 20th, 2018

As many of you are already aware, the August 25th SAT is fast approaching. Here are a couple of items to keep in mind: Be sure to register on the College Board website by July 27th registration deadline to avoid a late fee. We know a number of you aren’t thrilled with your June scores as a result of an “easy” SAT and … Continue reading “Upcoming SAT & SAT Subject Tests: Things to Keep in Mind”

Sit the SAT with confidence with A-List Education

July 19th, 2018

It’s crunch time, the final year of secondary school, with A-Levels looming. The pressure is on and you’ve got your eyes set on university in the US. That means you’ve also got to deal with the SAT and perhaps SAT subject tests too. With so much on your plate, it’s time to call in the … Continue reading “Sit the SAT with confidence with A-List Education”

Broadening horizons with ACT Tutoring

July 12th, 2018

  As a parent you’ll want to give your child the best possible opportunities in life. When it comes to higher education, the US offers some of the most prestigious universities in the world, with a broad range of programmes and a thriving student life. What stands between your child and the plethora of prospects … Continue reading “Broadening horizons with ACT Tutoring”

SAT/ACT Essay Writing Tips (from someone who grades them)

September 19th, 2017

“Since, the beginning of time their has been pizza; which is the best food. Serindipiduously the pizza we no and love today is actually American in origination. Most people thing Pizza is from Italy. I like pizza cause its yummy. Did you know that some people like pizza without cheese? I don’t like pizza without … Continue reading “SAT/ACT Essay Writing Tips (from someone who grades them)”

Exploiting the ACT Composite

September 26th, 2017

If you are one of the nearly 2.1 million students who took the ACT in 2016, then you (hopefully) know that your composite score was the average of your English Test score, Math Test score, Reading Test score, and Science Test score. You know how take to calculate an average, right? If not, get a … Continue reading “Exploiting the ACT Composite”