ACT/SAT Weekend Boot Camp
- Held on campus at Missouri Military Academy
- Friday, February 1, 4:00pm – 9:00pm
- Saturday, February 2, 9:00am - 6:00pm (lunch break from 1:00-2:00)
- Sunday, February 3, 9:00am - 6:00pm (lunch break from 1:00-2:00)
The weekend camps are averaging 3-7 point improvements per student on the ACT and 150-200 points on the SAT. These kind of improvement numbers are literally a game-changer for college admissions — and perhaps even more importantly, for scholarships!
Regular Cost: $299
Discounted Cost: $149 for MMA students
How To Enroll in the ACT Boot Camp at MMA
(1) Visit http://TutorsAcrossAmerica.com/ACTcourse
(2) Scroll down to find desired camp on the calendar
(3) Enroll as directed
(4) When completing payment, input coupon code: MISSOURIMILITARY
to receive discount
You may also enroll via phone by calling 702-818-5444.
About Tutors Across America’s founder, Ryan Fitzgibbons
- Achieved perfect score on SAT
- Scored in the 99th percentile on ACT
- Member of Mensa High IQ Society
- Completed bachelor's degree in just 2 years
- One of Kaplan’s highest rated teachers in the nation for student score improvement
- His students earned over $25 million in scholarships last year
About Tutors Across America’s instructor, Grant McCarty
- Scored perfect 36 on ACT 99th percentile score)
- Scored 1550 on SAT (99th percentile score)
- 4.4 GPA and National Merit Finalist for PSAT
Grant is a brilliant instructor who understands students’ needs and is able to relate to them on their level. His students adore him!
Why do the ACT and SAT matter?
The ACT and SAT scores are generally the most important factor that colleges and universities use in determining scholarship offers. The test scores are second only to GPA in terms of admissions decisions. A good ACT or SAT score can mean thousands (or tens of thousands) in scholarships.
As an example, by scoring a 22+ on the ACT, students often qualify for small scholarships at most universities. By scoring 26+, many schools offer mid-level scholarships (thousands to tens of thousands of dollars at most universities, and by scoring a 30+, many students qualify for full tuition and full-ride scholarships (potentially over $100,000 in savings if attending an expensive private university).
What’s considered a good ACT score?
The ACT is scored on a scale of 1-36. The national average is around a 20-21 most years. The SAT is scored on a scale of 200-1600. The national average is around 1,000 most years.
How much does the ACT/SAT Weekend Boot Camp improve scores?
The weekend prep camps are averaging 3-7 point improvements per student on the ACT, and 150-200 points on the SAT. That’s the difference between scoring in the 50th percentile, and scoring in the 80th percentile. Or for students who already start out above average, it could be the difference in the 80th percentile, and the Ivy League level 96th percentile.
Is test prep really worth it?
It depends. If a student doesn’t plan to attend college, or if his/her family can pay full tuition price at the university of their choice without a hassle, there may not be a need. But if you’re like the majority of families who can’t imagine how they’d pay the insane $50k+ in annual tuition charged by many private universities, test prep can be a worthwhile investment. As our instructor Ryan explained: “The highlights of my career are when students send me excited emails and messages to report their amazing test scores and college admissions letters. But some of my favorite messages are from parents thanking me for helping their children earn full-ride scholarships.
One parent whose child received an amazing scholarship to a California school shared: ‘She got a full ride scholarship worth $160k! We’re taking her college fund and spending it on a fabulous cruise!’”