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Bernardsville: small office (2 full time tutors) + big hearts

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Foley Prep’s Bernardsville team is anchored by tutors JR and Dennis, both of whom are experienced in a wide range of AP exam subjects, including Economics, Calculus, Computer Science and Physics, as well as test prep for exams such as the SAT, ACT, SSAT, and Delbarton entrance exam. Our office, located a block from Bernards High School on Olcott Square, is across from where the Bagel Bin used to be and has plenty of parking available. We offer a free diagnostic exam to students starting SAT and ACT prep, followed by a 30-minute planning session. Contact us today to learn more and start your journey to academic success.

Bernardsville Hub Notables

  • SAT and ACT prep typically takes place over a period of several months.
  • We offer personalized academic and test prep tutoring sessions.
  • Our SAT and ACT group sessions have an average of 1.5 students and a maximum of 5.
  • We can help you decide which test, SAT or ACT, is the best fit for you.
  • Practice exams are held on weekends during the school year and multiple times per week in the summer. View schedule.
  • Daily sessions are held, with the exception of holidays.
  • We offer intensive Boot Camps, view the schedule.
  • Our professional atmosphere fosters productivity.
  • Visit our Pricing Page for package details.

Call us to make a plan now!

Would you like to swing by for a visit? Please call or write us to book an appointment: if you just drop by, chances are we’re teaching or tutoring. Most people start by registering for a free diagnostic SAT or ACT. We have them every Saturday and Sunday at all of our hubs. After taking the test, every family gets a free 20 minute consultation to devise a prep plan.

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