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Bespoke Education for SAT prep? Princeton Review Premier Tutors?

Has anyone had experience with Bespoke Education for one-on-one SAT prep? One-on-one Princeton Review Premier tutors? It has to be via Skype. Thanks.

Replies to: Bespoke Education for SAT prep? Princeton Review Premier Tutors?

  • CuriousParent101CuriousParent101 Registered User Posts: 2 New Member
    Sorry, that wasn't complete. I meant One-on-One Princeton Review Premier vs Master vs Standard tutors?
  • parentmikeparentmike Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    I found one-on-one tutors to be helpful mostly before taking the test the first time or when you need a huge bump in scores. You can easily increase your scores by 100 points on each section if you are disciplined and just buy the books. Also a big cost saver. What were your initial scores and what schools are you applying to?
    Disclosure: I am a college admissions consultant.
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