It’s no secret that getting into a great college is becoming increasingly competitive. At Sylvan, we appreciate that you want the best for your child — including the best possible admission scores. With our interactive, personalized test prep in Fort Smith, your teen can overcome stress and lay the groundwork for a successful outcome on test day. You can rest easy knowing our program leads to improved performance and better scores on the test!
Great Preparation Means Great Scores
Our test prep program consists not only of small-group sessions, but also a variety of online resources for independent learning — including timed practice tests. As a matter of fact, many students in our program need only five to eight weeks to develop and perfect the skills and knowledge they require to raise their test scores. Think of the difference a great score can make!▼
The Right Approach for High Scores
The talented tutors at Sylvan Learning in Fort Smith are extremely knowledgeable about the test. Our students gain an intimate understanding of answering techniques for virtually any type of test question. There's also Sylvan Prep Online, which provides a personalized, innovative online learning platform that can be accessed at any time. It’s already included with our in-center learning, or you can select it by itself.
Be Prepared For Test Day! Sylvan Offers:
- Timed, full-length practice tests and personalized homework assignments
- Engaging, interactive sessions in small groups led by our experts
- Practical skills and strategies to take on any type of exam question
- Unlimited access to our online library of video lessons and a vocabulary builder featuring the most common test words
Prepare for Test Day with a FREE Practice Exam!
Act now because for a limited time only, your teen can take a full-length practice test at your nearby Sylvan in Fort Smith for FREE!* It means your teen can get familiar with the test format and understand which areas need work in order to attain maximum results. Make today count: contact us now to get started!