Tuesday, January 15, 2019

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Welcome to 3J Test Prep!

3J Test Prep is a tutoring business founded by Atlanta-based educators Jan LeCraw and Jeff Horner. We thoroughly enjoy working with students who desire to improve their standardized test scores.

Jan is a veteran teacher who began tutoring after successfully coaching two of her sons to perfect SAT Math scores.

Jeff, a veteran teacher and former SAT Essay Reader, has helped students improve both their SAT critical reading and writing scores. In addition, he has read AP European History exams for the College Board for the last 7 years and has been trained to write standardized test questions for private school admissions exams.

These two educators help students use common-sense strategies, provide guidance on the types of questions students typically miss, and give encouragement to test takers of all levels of ability.

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Our current payment system only permits clients to pay for an hour of tutoring at a time. Depending on your individual needs, we may recommend multiple hours of test preparation to ensure a positive outcome on upcoming standardized tests.

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Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Link from US News and World Report on the SAT

Interesting article from US News and World Report.

They definitely recommend taking the SAT multiple times, mostly because it is a proven fact that students' scores improve on the second and third efforts.

Familiarity is a good thing when taking Multiple Choice tests.

http://www.usnews.com/education/blogs/college-admissions-playbook/2013/10/07/5-tips-for-designing-a-test-prep-timeline#!