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We have an all-star team of full-time, salaried tutors who are committed to meet with you onsite at Foley Prep or online if it’s more convenient for you. We believe strongly that in-person learning is the way to go for K-12 kids especially; while we follow CDC guidelines, we will only shutdown if the government forces us to.

For SAT and ACT prep, we recommend that you make a plan by calling us during sophomore year. We are not salesy. Ron, Eric, Brian, Mike, Jamie, Liam, Melinda, Resh, Henry, and Jeff are constantly on the phones giving advice to new and ongoing clients. We have never been a volume business, but we are pleased to say that enrollment has grown very nicely by word of mouth even through 2020.

Choose How You Prep

The average group size at Foley is 3 students. The maximum group size is 5 students. The small group size and the way we schedule allow us to adapt each lesson to meet the needs of the students in the group. There are no cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all lessons at Foley; we cycle through mini lessons, drills, and strategy reviews based on the students in the room. Our tutors have the ability and the experience to do ad hoc mini lessons and change the direction of a session based on how the students are performing.

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The four ways to prep at Foley include:

Small Group Pricing

1-on-1 Pricing

* = Prices may vary

Entrance Exam Pricing (MCVSD, HSPT)

* = Prices may vary

Choose the program that's right for you.

Select one of the options above depending on your current score, how much time you have before an exam, the intensity level you want, and your budget.

For the Bronze, Silver, and Gold programs, the ideal plan would be to start with a free mock SAT or ACT, then take 3-4 sessions, sit for another mock test, then do an hour of private tutoring to go over the mock test. Repeat this pattern, leaving 2 sessions for the week leading up to the actual test. Most students take 2 sessions a week, but you are free to vary the intensity based on your scheduling contraints. Please keep in mind these packages expire 90 days after the first session is taken.

The 10 Session package is simlar to the programs described above but doesn't include any private tutoring hours. A typical way to use the sessions would be to sit for the free mock SAT or ACT, then take 4 sessions, sit for another mock exam, then take 4 more sessions, sit for the second mock exam, and then use the last 2 sessions in the week leading up to the actual test. This package expires 1 year after purchase, so it is a good fit for students with very demanding non-prepping schedules who may not be able to commit to the other more intense programs.

1-on-1 tutoring is the option for a student who needs maximum scheduling flexibility or wants the prep time 100% focused on his or her needs. If a student has a starting score above 1400 (29 ACT) or below 1000 (21 ACT) we strongly recommend 1-on-1 tutoring. Sessions may be 1, 1.5, or 2 hours. 1.5 hours tends to be the sweet spot - long enough to really dig in to the material but not so long that the student loses focus. Mock tests are bundled with tutoring packages and should be taken every 3 to 4.5 hours of 1-on-1 tutoring.

Plan ahead

A little planning can take a lot of stress out of the process. 1-on-1 and semi-private availability can vary, so it's always best to call us at your earliest conveniece. Our most successful SAT and ACT students call us by spring of 10th grade. We take a consultative (not salesy) approach, giving advice based on our experience helping 10,000+ New Jersey students achieve their highest scores, grades, and top-choice college acceptances.

Cancelation Policy

1-on-1 tutoring: full-charge for appointments rescheduled/canceled within 48 hours. During peak times (February, March, July, August) appointment cancelation is much more restrictive (up to 4 weeks noticed needed).

Small group tutoring: students who do miss booked 90-minute lessons will not have them charged against their account.

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