Why doing well on standardized tests is important!

ACT® and SAT® are commonly used by colleges to determine eligibility for admission, scholarship, and college course placement. Socioeconomic indicators play an out-sized role in determining the score on standardized tests. Our intervention program and continuous improvement processes are aimed at leveling the playing field for all students. Doing well on the ACT® and/or SAT® makes college degree attainable and affordable.

College bound students are likely to have higher income and a satisfactory career compared to their non-college bound peers.

Test OptionalTest Blind. Learn and know the importance of doing well on these tests.



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Your Analyze Ed Journey

We help you set a goal and develop a plan to succeed

Our initial consultation session will focus on reducing your stress and improving confidence by developing a clear plan with reachable objectives, and a schedule to gets you there.

Personalized online curriculum

Your child receives personalized feedback based on the pre-test and this feedback is translated into weekly practice content. Our unique process is built specifically to address the high stress that standardized tests put on students and families.

Online platform structured to improve outcome

Your child will remain on track, stay motivated, and improve their score faster because the program is focused on the content areas that offer the greatest opportunity for growth. Parents can track progress with access to the online platform.

The results

Our transformational approach incorporates people, process, and technology—which means a better test score for your child and less work for you when compared to the big box test prep companies.

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Focus on content mastery

Pre-Test to identify areas that offer the most opportunity for improvement.

Personalized online content

Access to ACT and SAT test materials

Multiple practice tests

Have you taken the ACT?

If you have taken the ACT and you are looking for ways to improve your score, use our artificial intelligence engine to determine content areas that offer the most opportunity for improvement. It will quantify the effort in terms of questions to practice and time required.

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Leveling the playing field

We utilize a unique process based intervention approach that leverages Lean Six Sigma principles to drive results at every level: student, homeroom, grade, and school.

Over 170,000 students have benefited from our formative assessment reports. Pareto analysis reports and personalized approach empowers administrators to developed pathways to raise college and career readiness.

It is not uncommon for students to improve their scores by upwards of 3 points between the ACT pre-test and the ACT state test. Statistically significant improvement, in score, across cohorts has been achieved by 75% of the schools in less than 2 years.

Our self paced program can help students improve their SAT scores by upwards of 200 points in 12-15 hours of pre-test and personalized practice.


We recommend the plan-do-check-act (PDCA) model

This lean methodology identifies content areas that offer the most opportunity for growth, practice content to plan and improve your skills, check if growth is happening, and finally build on this growth to maximize your score. All along you are learning to use data to iterate, improve your score, and reduce the cost of a college degree.

act pre test for planning purpose Plan

The plan phase should help you identify problems or issues that need to be addressed e.g., take a full length test to identify the content areas that offer the most opportunity for improvement.

work on the content areas Do

Do is the action phase. Start reviewing the content areas that offers the most opportunity for score improvement. Watch videos and take short quizzes to improve skills. Review strategies that can be deployed and hone in on the ones you plan to use.

check your understanding of the content tested Check

In the check phase, you will practice questions to assess the improvements you have made. If proficiency indicators suggest you haven't achieved the desired improvement you will return to the do phase to review materials.

take the official assessment Act

It is time to act on the information. Once you've acheived the target proficiency level in the focus areas you should attempt the post-test. Based on the post-test growth in score, you should sign up to take the official assessment.


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