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Compared to a high school diploma holder, a college graduate is likely to earn $17,500 more per year and more than a million dollars over lifetime wages. The employability rate is also higher for a college graduate (2018 Forbes report). Love it or hate it: The College Admission Tests (ACT/SAT/PERT) are here to stay. All Florida State universities and nearly all the other universities and colleges in the US require SAT® or ACT®, occasionally both the test results as part of the college application package.
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ONLINE ACT & SAT TEST PREPARATION PROGRAMS
FPLA- SAT & ACT Tutoring and test prep programs focus on Reading, Writing and Math Sections for the SAT, Math, Critical Reading, English, and Science for the ACT exam. Prospective test prep students take a pre-test. FPLA practice test replicates the ‘real’ ACT® or SAT® exam (the pressure, scenario, and other conditions). This pre-test serves as the baseline score, which we use to evaluate student’s progress throughout the test prep program. These test results are only for private review and will not become part of the official records. We emphasize that FPLA practice tests replicate the formal ACT® or SAT® tests.
While individual results may vary, historically, FPLA trained students have improved their ACT® scores by about 5 points and SAT scores by 220- 320 points. Two of the students improved their ACT score by 8 & 10 points each.This is a substantial improvement, and people familiar with these exams would understand the enormity of the achievement. We guarantee to provide your child with the very best preparation for the ACT® or SAT® Exam. It is for the students to do their best by meticulously following our instructions.
Alec Castro Testimonial
FPLA – SAT Test Prep Training Helped Alec Castro, A 12th Grader, Win $26,000 In Scholarship And Admission To The University Of Florida Gainesville, FL
" I took SAT exam three times and averaged around 1200. I came to Full Potential Learning Academy to boost my SAT score and get Florida Bright Futures Scholarship. The FPLA director motivated me to aim higher to get admission to top ranking Universities. The tutors are good. They pinpointed the areas where I can improve the most, taught me test taking skills and made me practice. As a result I improved my score by over 120 points and earned a Bright Futures Scholarship and admission to the University of Florida. My advice to future test takers: You need to put consistent efforts outside of tutoring to get the results you want."
Alec Castro, Class of 2020, Mater Academy
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About the ACT® Test & Tutoring:
Back in the days ACT was an acronym for American College Testing. But not anymore. Now it is just ACT, and acts as the gatekeeper between the students seeking college admission and the colleges/universities. ACT(R) is a registered trademark of ACT(R), Inc.Our ACT Tutoring program can help you score better. The Online ACT tutoring program is also available.
ACT® test structure and time limits
No. of questions
No. of choices
Time per Q
2 h 55 min.
Total test time for MCQ
3 h 55 min.
Total test time with MCQ + essay
**MCQ – Multiple Choice Questions; **Q - Questions
Upcoming Official ACT® Test Dates:
Next ACT Test in - (2020-21)
2020-2021 ACT Test Date
(Late Fee Required)
Saturday, December 12, 2020
Friday, November 6, 2020
November 7-20, 2020
Saturday, February 6, 2021
Friday, January 8, 2021
January 9-15, 2021
Saturday, April 17, 2021
Friday, March 12, 2021
March 13-26, 2021
Saturday, June 12, 2021
Friday, May 7, 2021
May 8-21, 2021
Saturday, July 17, 2021
Friday, June 18, 2021
June 19-25, 2021
Frequently Asked Questions About the ACT Test Prep Program
1. What is the ACT and what is the range of scores for the exam?
The ACT is a standardized test used for college admission. The ACT comprises five sections: English, math, reading, science, and essay (optional). The ACT subsection and composite score ranges from 1-36 for each subsection, 1 being the lowest score and 36 being the highest.
2. How the ACT score is used in college admission process?
For many colleges, besides the student’s curriculum and grades, the ACT test result is an important component of the application package. ACT scores are also a vital component for scholarship considerations.
3. What ACT score is required for admission to a state university in Florida?
Each university set their own admission requirement and therefore are unique. Therefore, it is prudent to enquire the admission requirement with the respective university’s admission office. Common qualifications that universities look intoare an adequate GPA score, standardized test score, and holistic application.
4. What are the qualifications to be accepted in a state university in Florida?
Each university’s qualification requirements are different, and each applicant is encouraged to search detailed requirements in the university’s website. Common qualifications between universities are an adequate GPA score, standardized test score, and a holistic application.
5. When should my child start preparing for the ACT? How much test prep is needed?
The standardized tests evaluate the student’s subject matter proficiency learnt over their K-12 education. Naturally, there is no single book one can read to ace the standardized tests. May be to put things in perspective, your child should start preparing for the ACT from the beginning of their high school year. By junior year, students should have completed algebra I, algebra II, geometry, and some trigonometry, requirements for the ACT math portion of the test.
On the other hand, students need to learn, practice and master test taking skills. The ability to successfully arrive at the correct answer in a limited time differentiate a perfect scorer and others. At a minimum, students should begin preparing three months in advance of their test date. Our ACT test preparation programs are 10-weeks long* and encompass all the material covered on the ACT for both verbal and math sections.
6. What is the average point increase for a student that completed the 10-week ACT program?
On average, FPLA trained students have increased their ACT scores by 3-5. Our highest improvement was a 10-point increase.
About the SAT® Test & Tutoring:
The college board administers the SAT exams. When started it was referred to as Scholastic Aptitude Test, but not anymore. Now it is just SAT, and acts as the gatekeeper between the students seeking college admission and the colleges/universities. SAT® is a registered trademark of the college board.
The SAT exam has four sections. Section 1 tests English language reading comprehension skills, Section 2 English language grammar and writing skills, Section 3 tests the ability to solve math problems without calculator and the Section 4, tests the proficiency to solve math problems with the aid of a calculator.Students who have successfully completed Algebra 2 with honors have consistently scored above 75th percentile.
Reading, Writing and Language sections of the SAT® consist of information & ideas, rhetoric, grammar, English usage, and synthesis questions based on reading passages and quantitative information. Though not separately listed, SAT sections 1 & 2 contain several science related questions presented as reading passages.Opt for our SAT Tutoring program to score well. The Online SAT tutoring program is also available.
SAT Test Structure And Timeline:
No. of questions
No. of choices
Time per Q
1 m 15s.
Writing & Language
Math – No calculator
1 m 15s.
Math – Calculator
1 m 27s.
Total test time for MCQ
3 h 50 min.
Total test time with MCQ + essay
Upcoming Official SAT® Test Dates:
Next SAT Test in - (2020-21)
2020-21 SAT Test Date
Last Registration Deadline
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Friday, February 12, 2021
Thursday, April 1, 2021
Friday, February 26, 2021
Saturday, May 8, 2021
Friday, April 9, 2021
Thursday, May27, 2021
Friday, April 23, 2021
Saturday, June 5, 2021
Friday, May 7, 2021
Thursday, June 24, 2021
Friday, May 21, 2021
Frequently Asked Questions About the SAT Test Prep Program
1. What is the SAT and what is its score range?
The SAT is standardized tests used for college admission. There are two main sections:the “verbal” section covers writing, language and reading; the “math” section covers multiple choice and grid-in math problems. Each section of the SAT has a rangeof 200-800 points, 200 points being the lowest score and 800 points being the highest. Adding both sections together, the composite SAT score ranges 400-1600 points.
2. How the SAT score is used in the college admission process?
For many colleges, besides the student’s curriculum and grades,the SAT test result is an important component of the application package. SAT scores are also a vital component for scholarship considerations.
3. What SAT score is required for admission to a state university in Florida?
Each university set their own admission requirement and therefore are unique. Therefore, it is prudent to enquire the admission requirement with the respective university’s admission office. Common qualifications that universities look intoare an adequate GPA, standardized test score, and a holistic application.
4. When should my child start preparing for the SAT? How much test prep is needed?
The standardized tests evaluate the student’s subject matter proficiency learnt over their K-12 education. Naturally, there is no single book one can read to ace the standardized tests. May be to put things in perspective, your child should start preparing for the SAT from the beginning of their high school year. By junior year, students should have completed algebra 2, a requirement for the SAT math portion of the test.
On the other hand, students need to learn, practice and master test taking skills. The ability to successfully arrive at the correct answer in a limited time differentiate a perfect scorer and others. At a minimum, students should begin preparing three months in advance of their test date. Our SAT test preparation programs are 10-weeks long* and encompass all the material covered on the SAT for both verbal and math sections.
5. What is the average point increase for a student that completed the 10-week SAT program?
Approximately 220-320 points increase from their original test score. FPLA offers a free practice SAT test for students. This test provides a detailed report on the student’s strengths and weaknesses, which helps us to customize the SAT program.
FPLA - Test prep Courses Feature:
- Periodic progress reports.
- One-on-One Tutoring.
- Trained, qualified, certified, and experienced tutors.
- We provide books and practice tests.
- One 10-week program; Optional accelerated programs, supplementary programs and group sessions are offeredper need.
- Live online sessions available.
- Improvement up to 320 points in the SAT®, and up to 10 points in the ACT® tests.
Education is an investment, never an expense.
Thirty hours of your time spent to prepare you to take the most important college admission test may save you $24,000 or more of dreaded student debt. A college degree will help you earn high paying career, respect, and open a wide array of possibilities. Which other investment can yield such rich dividends?
We have multiple packages that is customized to meet the student and parental needs. All our programs are one-on-one which ensures, each college aspirant receives the utmost dedication (s)he deserves. You can take as few as five hours of test overview to 30 hours of full-fledged training spanning 10 weeks and anything in between. The foundation for our suggestions will be the initial placement test, which helps us pinpoint the strength and weaknesses of the candidate.
We are also open to the idea of group sessions limited to maximum 12 students. The group sessions are subject to the enrollment of minimum 6 students.
FPLA – Online is our proprietary state of the art one-on-one learning management portal. Students who are not able to be tutored face-to-face can schedule the sessions at the mutual convenience of the tutor and the student. The students and parents avoid the hassle of driving to our facility. You save time and fuel from commuting and avoid the hassle of sitting in traffic. You will receive the same personalized service that is synonymous with FPLA.
This smorgasbord of course options provides an opportunity to customize your package. From time to we offer several promotions, discounts, and scholarships. Therefore, call to discuss the options that best suits your needs.
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