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Train Hard. Test Easy.

One of the things that Foley Prep is best known for is our SAT and ACT test preparation programs and tutoring. We are beyond proud of our proven track record – an average 220 point increase on the SAT and an average 7 point increase on the ACT!

However, we are well aware that your educational career doesn’t start with the SAT or ACT and doesn’t stop after you’ve conquered them. Therefore, we are just as proud to offer preparation for high school entrance exams, AP exams, and post-graduate exams such as the LSAT, GRE, and GMAT, among others.

No matter which test you’re preparing for, Foley Prep will match you with online or in-person tutors who are experts in their subject matter and have scored in the highest percentiles on their own exams. Our tutors include alumni of Ivy League schools including the University of Pennsylvania, Columbia, and Princeton, as well as state honors colleges including Rutgers, UMBC, and UNC Chapel Hill.

We’re also aware that the students preparing for these tests are not cookie-cutter students, so we don’t approach test prep with a cookie-cutter method. The first step in developing any test-prep plan is to learn about our students – how they think, how they learn, where they excel, and where they struggle. By doing this, we can provide effective, personalized lessons that help our students where they need it most and lead to test success!

With an unwavering commitment to helping students not only master test-taking strategies, but also understand how to arrive at the correct answers on these challenging tests, Foley Prep has helped thousands of students earn high scores time and time again. We look forward to helping you, too, and to seeing what doors open for you as a result.

For more information about our test-prep packages, one-on-one test-prep tutoring, or to book your first appointment, text or call (732) 412-1416 now!

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