Welcome!

We specialize in test prep classes and individual/small group private tutoring sessions for:

K-12 Subjects

ACT and SAT College Entrance Tests

Writing the College App Essay

All Regents Subjects

GED

ASVAB

 

Private/small group tutorial sessions available for all K-12 subjects, Writing the College App Essay, SAT, ACT, Regents, and GED. 

For additional information contact: Denise Breier at (716) 400-2767/310-3319 or email allprotutoring@gmail.com.

Send Your Kids to College 11/30/2022

 

         Send Your Kids to College

       Western New York's Nonprofit College Planning Organization

  5214 Main St, Suite 200, Williamsville, NY 14221
                           (716) 689-7477

 

We are a nonprofit organization with experts in their fields who will help students:

  • Avoid changing majors, careers and colleges

  • Select the college with the best social, academic and financial fit

  • Improve Standardized (ACT/SAT) test scores to maximize merit aid and scholarships

  • Reduce the overall cost of college and create a roadmap to ease the financial burden and avoid overwhelming debt

Parents and students are invited to to attend a one hour presentation. There is no cost or obligation to purchase anything.

Send Your Kids to College Location (5214 Main St, Suite 200, Williamsville, NY 14221)

In person:

February 18, 2023, 9:30-10:30am

April 18, 2023, 9:30-10:30am

Online:

May 10, 2023, 6:00-7:00pm

To register: email your name, telephone number, number attending and desired date to allprotutoring@gmail.com.

For more information visit: www.sendyourkidstocollege.com

To schedule a private consultation contact Jeff Boron at (716) 689-7477.    

To schedule a seminar contact Jackie Sheehan at (716) 310-3319.

November/December Classes 11/29/2022

          

ACT and SAT Test Preparation, Writing the College App Essay and Defensive Driving Classes

 

While some colleges have gone test optional, the early data has shown that students who submit SAT or ACT test scores have an admissions advantage. All-Pro Tutoring and Test Prep strongly urge students to continue to prepare for and take the SAT or ACT test.

All-Pro Tutoring and Test Prep offers both in-person and online classes. Full semester schedule is listed under the 'Services' tab.

To register for a class click on the school of your choice located under the 'Services' tab.

9-Hour SAT Test Prep Course

Next semester dates will be posted soon.

4-Hour SAT Boot Camp

November 29 & December 1, 6:00-8:00pm, Grand Island Community Education

9-Hour ACT Test Prep Course

Next semester dates will be posted soon.

Writing the College App Essay

Next semester dates will be posted soon.

Defensive Driving Course

December 10, 9:00am-2:00pm, Lewiston-Porter Community Education

December 13 & 15, 6:00-8:45pm, Grand Island Community Education


2022/23 ACT and SAT Test Dates 11/10/2022

                                                                                     

 

ACT Test Dates:

December 10, 2022,  February 11, April 1 & June 19, 2023                                                                                                                                          ACT test information visit: www.act.org

SAT Test Dates:                                                                                                                      

December 3, 2022, March 11, May 6 & June 3, 2023                                                                                                                                                  SAT test information visit: https://www.collegeboard.org/

Our ACT and SAT test preparation class schedule is listed under the above 'Services' tab.

To register for private/small group tutoring contact us at allprotutoring@gmail.com, 400-2767 or 310-3319.

Private/Individual and Small Group Sessions 10/22/2022

Private/small group tutoring sessions available for all K-12 subjects, Writing the College App Essay, SAT, ACT, Regents, ASVAB and GED tests. 

For additional information contact: Denise Breier at (716) 400-2767/310-3319 or email allprotutoring@gmail.com.

To complete a registration form: click on the above 'Services' tab. Then click the 'K-12 Private/Small Group Tutoring' tab.

Do Colleges Require ACT/SAT Test Scores? 10/18/2022

From what has been covered in the news, it sounds like most schools do not care about evaluating your test scores. The reality is that only 3.7% of U.S. colleges are “test-blind,” meaning they do not consider test scores. This means that 96.3% of U.S. colleges either require the SAT or ACT or will consider SAT/ACT scores if submitted. (Source: Oink Group, Inc.)

Why Take the ACT or SAT Test:

1. Good test scores can lead to substantial scholarships.

For those seeking major merit awards the criteria include SAT and ACT scores.

2. Those who submit test scores likely have a better chance of earning admission.

According to the Future of Higher Education Newsletter, those who submit test scores are admitted at a rate that is often twice as much as those who do not submit test scores.

Some examples of admitted rate for applicants in the fall of 2021:

  • Emory: 17% (with tests) vs. 8.6% (without tests)
  • Colgate: 25% (with tests) vs. 12% (without tests)
  • Georgia Tech: 22% (with tests) vs. 10% (without tests)

3. Colleges use ACT and SAT test scores to determine course placement.

Achieving certain section scores can allow students to place out of general education requirements, saving time and money.

For example:

The University of Louisiana gives students who score a 28 or above on the ACT English a full semester credit for English 101; those who score over a 30 on the ACT math earn two full semesters of credit for Math 109 and Math 110.

4. NCAA Eligibility

For recruits who will be enrolling at an NCAA college an ACT or SAT test score may be required to be certified eligible for an athletic scholarship, practice, and competition in the freshman year. Students need to check with the individual NCAA colleges.

We strongly encourage students to prepare for, complete and submit their ACT and SAT test scores when applying to colleges/universities.

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