My most recent students......
My Math increased 6 points,
English increased 4 points! Matthew M. Naperville, IL
My Science score went up 6 points! Gina C. Burr Ridge, IL
My Reading score increased 5 points! Cade M. New Lenox, IL
My Composite went up 4 points! Matt L. St. John, IN
I scored a 35 on my ACT! Eva U. Lisle, IL
My score went from a 27 to a 31! Emma C. Mokena, IL
I scored a 32 with 35 in both Math and English. Jayna E. Frankfort, IL
I scored a 33 in English and a 36 in Reading! Talia B. Valpo, IN
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Wendi Conrad........ACT/SAT Tutor (SAT website is down...call me for SAT tutoring details.)
Master's Degree in Education
Illinois State Certified Teacher
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ACT Test Dates Registration Deadline
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prepping you for a great score!
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My tutoring results in student confidence and increased scores!
Obviously, my students earn great scores! But what do high scores mean for parents and students?
Higher scores translate financially into...
1. Merit Aid Colleges and universities are looking for hard-working students with high scores. In order to attract these students, many colleges and universities waive tuition fees! I recently worked with Jayna, who scored a 32 on her ACT!
How does that translate to merit aid? The University of Alabama (her #1 school choice) waived all tuition for all 4 years.
Out of state tuition is $25,000/year. Jayna's 32 translates to a savings of $100,000 for her parents!
2. Academic Scholarships
3. Athletic Scholarships I've helped several students earn full-ride athletic scholarships to the school of their choice.
5. Miscellaneous Scholarships Once your student starts college, don't forget about scholarships. There are many scholarships available only to college students!
6. Open Doors and Emails Galore! Eva, mentioned above, scored a 35 on her ACT. She told me she had over 100 emails in her inbox from colleges who wanted her. They were willing to give her merit aid and scholarships.
Eva also received an acceptance letter from Harvard University!