Summer SAT and ACT camps are offered each year starting in June. The camps are week-long intensive introductory courses, designed for students who are just starting out, or who are looking for extra practice in a more structured environment.
Students begin with the Level 1 camp. For those looking to add a second week of instruction, we offer the Level 2 camps, which cover more challenging topics. Each day starts with students completing one or more sections of a test. After the sections are graded, students are split into smaller groups of three to four students based on skill level. The groups then work on strategies using guided practice with a tutor.
Weekly Class during the School Year
This three-hour weekly class is perfect for students who thrive in a group setting. Students will work in small groups of three to four students per one tutor. Together with their peers, they will master concepts in math, reading, and grammar to prepare for the SAT or ACT. In addition to the class time, students will also be responsible for approximately five hours of homework: one full practice SAT or ACT test and assigned worksheets to reinforce concepts. This class also includes a fully proctored simulated test, which will be held on a Saturday, two weeks before the official test date and also an optional open class held a few days before the test.
This is class is only held in the Bryn Mawr office. We typically offer one class in the fall, one in the winter, and one in the spring.
Winter Boot Camp
This intensive course is held over the winter break between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Students are taught concepts and strategies in a fun and festive environment. MJ Test Prep’s winter boot camp is designed for both students just starting their standardized test preparation and for students who are already prepping and looking for additional practice and new challenges.
Students can attend the entire course or just a few days—whatever fits their schedule. Each day starts with a section of the test, either SAT or ACT, depending on the course they choose. Students are then split into smaller groups of three to four students per tutor to work on concepts and strategies. No additional homework is required for the winter boot camp; all the work is done in class with their peers and guidance from a tutor.