In general, students can do test prep on their own, with a tutor, or with a tutoring agency. It's important that families find what they think will work best for their child. This is not an all encompassing list, but a resource you can use to start the process.
TWHS Librarian, Lori Poleway, is promoting this resource for test prep this year. Students can login using the username: worthington and password: library in order to access resources.
Rick and Kristy Smith are retired educators who have helped students for 7 years in the area of test prep. Their contact info is email@example.com or 614-519-0678. They work with students one-on-one and host group workshops as well.
- Tutoring by a College Professor
Matthew Marx is a local professor who works with students one-on-one. Use the weblink or contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-264-1112.
- Kahn Academy
Kahn Academy has a relationship with the College Board (SAT). Create an account on the Kahn Academy for eight practice tests, online tutorials, and videos to help you prepare. Data shows the more times you take the test, the better!
- Learning Enrichment and Assistance Program (LEAP)
Individualized tutoring in Lewis Center. LEAP provides free diagnostic assessments and seminars to help students prep for tests. You can contact them via email email@example.com or phone at 740-909-4165.
Srinath Sampath has a PhD in Statistics from OSU and provides both free seminars and ACE the ACT workshops at local libraries. You can contact Dr. Sampath via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or the website.
- USA Test Prep
USA Test Prep services are entirely online to help students prepare for their standardized tests. Their blog also provides helpful insight into "test hacks"
You can sign up for individualized tutoring here.