Testmasters 7th Grade SAT Prep Courses
Last year, almost 100,000 7th and 8th graders took the SAT along with high school students for a special competition called the Duke University Talent Identification Program (TIP) or the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY). Students in the 7th and 8th grades are encouraged to take the SAT by January of that school year and submit their scores to Duke University or Johns Hopkins University. If the scores are high enough, the student will be recognized on either the state or the national level through an awards ceremony. In addition, high scorers can win admission and scholarships to these two programs.
Get A Head Start On High School
Many parents have their middle school children enrolled in these competitions to simply give their child a head start in preparing for the SAT and PSAT exams, the most important exams in high school. When you take the SAT in middle school, the scores are removed from your record before you enter high school automatically (unless you request otherwise). So there is no need to worry about colleges later seeing your SAT score from middle school.
Testmasters offers the best 7th Grade SAT Prep
Every year, over 200 seventh and eighth graders take specialized SAT courses from Testmasters in preparation for these middle school competitions. Many of them continue to work with Testmasters over the next five years by enrolling in the Platinum Exam Club. As a result, when these students reach the 11th and 12th grades, they tend to score extremely high on their SAT and PSAT. To help 7th and 8th graders prepare for the Duke TIP Program, Testmasters has SAT preparation courses throughout the year.
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Our 7th and 8th graders take our full length Testmasters SAT course. Most locations offer our full length classroom course as well as the Testmasters SAT online courses, private 1-on-1 courses, or tutoring. Testmasters can also offer custom group courses in any location.
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