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My options are... PR, Kaplan, Sylvan, and whatever else you suggest. Which is the best? Could you include your before and after score and what type (private, small group, etc.) of tutoring you took (if applicable)?
So, I got an ACT on a PR practice test done at my school, and got a 27. (Though I got a 29 on one I did last year.) 33 on English, 22 on science, 21 (1) on math, 11 on writing. I know I'm smarter than that, and my scores just confuse me because I'm a 4.0 student, 750s on my SAT Subjects, 4-5s on my APs. I'm a junior.
(Also, my chem teacher offered some free tutoring because he said he took one of those courses, but I'm not sure what his credibility is because he just went to your typical state school for college. But he's pretty smart.)