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Test Prep Classes

Live Online Test Prep Classes for Archer Students

SAT & ACT

Compass Education Group invites Archer students to participate in one of our comprehensive SAT or ACT prep classes. Classes are deliberately capped at 15 students and include 10 or 20 hours of small group instruction and at least 3 full-length practice tests.

Archer students will receive 10% off with promo code: Archer10

Financial Aid

Students who receive tuition support are eligible for a reduced registration fee. You’ll receive an invitation to enroll with your personalized discount code from Compass. Please contact Mr. Hauck or Ms. Terry with any questions, or reach out to us at classes@compassprep.com.

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EXPLORE CLASSES

Classes Include:

  • 10 or 20 hours of live instruction
  • 3-5 practice tests with advanced score reports
  • Compass’ SAT or ACT coursebook
  • Homework sets designed to reinforce in-class learning
  • Recordings of class sessions available to review whenever needed
  • The Compass Guide to College Admission Testing
  • Study hall
  • Maximum class size: 15 students
  • Discounts on supplemental 1-on-1 tutoring (optional)

Consultation

Schedule a consultation with a Compass Director

The members of our management team are leading experts in the field of admission testing. They personally lead every aspect of each student’s experience with Compass, including program recommendations, tutor selection, and ongoing guidance. We welcome you to schedule a call with us to review your student’s practice test results and collaborate on a strategy for how best to proceed.

The Compass Resource Center

Download the latest version of…

The Compass Guide to College Admission Testing

…in our comprehensive Resource Center. Get answers to the most important questions, including:

  • How competitive are your test scores?
  • What is the most effective calendar for testing?
  • How do the SAT and ACT compare?
  • What are the implications of ‘test optional’ policies?
  • How do you interpret PSAT scores?
  • What do I need to know about the new digital adaptive SAT?