There are many students who have perfect scores on the SAT. These students come all walks of life and have taken test prep from various places, from the name brands to individual tutors. If you were to choose a test prep course, and there are lots and lots of choices today, which one should you choose? Of course, we will say choose us, but what really differentiates us from the name brands like Kaplan and Princeton and from the many test prep schools out there. In short, why would you work with Hillview Prep?
The short answer is the Smart Scoring System.
The Smart Scoring System is a learning tool. It can identify your academic strengths and weaknesses and understand your learning style. It is the ultimate guide for discovering the most effective methods and strategies that make you learn faster and succeed in less time.
How does it do that?
The Smart Scoring System is created to assess your Conceptual Proficiency, Cognitive Efficiency, and Cognitive Endurance. It then adapts to your Learning Style and provides Tactile Reinforcement. All of this makes you a better learner and a proficient test taker.
1. Conceptual Proficiency
Let's take Conceptual Proficiency. Its tests your Core-Conceptual Benchmarks and Natural vs Habitual Performance. Is your performance based on good or poor habits, or you just don't know the material or don't know how to approach it? Some students naturally do things right, but do they know what the process it? Do they have a command of their learning abilities? The Smart Scoring System evaluates that and teaches them how to take control of their abilities.
2. Cognitive Efficiency
The Smart Scoring System tests the student's Cognitive Efficiency. What are her classification and structuring abilities? Is she an abstract or a literal thinker? How good of a deductive thinker is she?
Remember, the SAT is a test of adapting to each question and be versatile.
The Smart Scoring System teaches you how to be versatile and adapts to your learning style. It also fosters deductive reasoning and pacing, two essential skills for the SAT.
3. Building Cognitive Endurance via Interval Training
The Smart Scoring System uses interval training to help you build Cognitive Endurance. It tests your comprehension speed, your consistency and pinpoints erratic learning methods.
It exposes you to elements of spontaneity, which is huge for test taking.
The Smart Scoring System's interval training includes a schedule of reinforcement where hard work over a set amount of time is rewarded by a set time of leisure: Let's say, 15 minutes of hard work and 3 minutes off. . Our goal is for each student to eventually transition from set interval training to variable interval training, where the amount of time on and off cannot be assumed by the student.
On average, a student with difficulty focusing will spend half of his or her time being productive. However, I notice that when that time is shortened, the amount of productivity increases: 12 out of 15 minutes of productivity compared to half an hour out of an hour. I also notice that a student who is focusing in a shortened interval will produce higher quality work.
5. Versatile Against any Material
The Smart Scoring System is applicable to any material, whether it is from Barron's, Kaplan, Princeton, or any other material made by another company or tutor. At Hillview Prep we use several different publishers and the Smart Scoring System works on all of them.
Test drive the Smart Scoring System for your SAT today. We guarantee that you will see immediate improvement, or we will be happy to refund your money. Enroll today!
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