Read Passages and Solve Math
like a 99th-Percentile Student.

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Which Test is better? SAT or ACT?

There is a lot of debate on that issue. Some of our students prefer the ACT and some naturally do better on the SAT. Some of you pick the ACT or SAT because that's what your friends are doing. We urge you to decide responsibly, because you are NOT the same as your friends and you have a much different brain than they do.

If you just decide to go with the flow, you might be setting yourself up for a failure. Failure to score high. And failure to get into the college of your dreams.

Which Test Do Colleges Prefer?

Colleges use something called “the concordance table” to compare SAT and ACT scores. They don’t prefer one test to the other: they just like you to have the highest COMPARATIVE score possible. A 1600 on the New SAT is a 36 on the ACT – getting either score will make you a 99th-Percentile Student. We do NOT encourage preparing for both tests. Once you get one great score, you’re finished – there’s no point in getting two good scores! It’s like saying you’re 6 feet tall and ALSO 2 yards tall – they might be different numbers, but you’re saying the exact same thing.

Whether you are taking the SAT or ACT, or haven’t decided yet you have come to the right place. Our SIx - Week Program, will provide you with an opportunity to make an educated decision and pick the right test for you. Due to their similarity, we will be discussing the structure, scoring, and strategies of both the SAT and ACT in our class. Students will select one test to focus on and practice. The SAT and ACT both have Reading Comprehension and Math components which make up the biggest chunk of the test. Our curriculum is evenly divided between reading comprehension and math to maximize the score on all sections of both tests.

But what about the science section on the ACT? Do you cover that too?

The New SAT doesn’t have a science section. The “science” section of the ACT is easy to master, and really has nothing to do with science, it’s understanding difficult test and ability to tell the story of the graph. This skill will be covered in the sessions and will be useful to those who will take ACT as well as those who will take the SAT. Why? Reading technical text and extracting the information is a critical skill, necessary in college and professional world.

Meet Your Instructors

Katya Seberson

Dan Molloy


Understand how colleges use SAT + ACT scores

Pick the right test






Study skills, focus and memory training.

Winter 2016 Class Registration

Winter 2016 SAT/ACT Class Registration
November 13 - 20, Dec 4 - 11, and Jan 8 - 15

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the workshop dates and hours?

The Winter ACT/SAT Workshop will be held on Sundays only. Here are the 6 weeks: November 13, November 20, December 4, December 11,January 8, January 15. From 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Lunch Break 11:30 to 12:00 p.m.

Where will the classes be held?

Classes will be held at the ExecutiveMind Classrooms. The exact address is 315 West 36th Street New York, NY 10018

Should I bring my laptop or tablet to the workshop room?

You can if you want, but it will probably be more trouble than it's worth. Since the workshops usually include a lot of interactivity, you may be getting up and moving around a lot. Pens and paper pads will be provided for you to take notes. We will provide all the test materials and dictionaries as well.

How big is the class?

Class sizes will wary between 10 - 20 students.

How to register?

Fill out this form [link to the form], provide your accurate contact information and wait to hear from one of our team members. We do require a $50 - non refundable depoist when you register.

What form of Payment do you Accept?

Check, Cash, PayPal, Major Credit Cards, Bitcoin.

Do I need to know any SAT and ACT test material before I attend a workshop?

Nope. Each workshop is designed to accomodate all levels of prep.

What is the minimum age requirement?





6 Weeks

$1500 / person
Winter 2016 Class Registration
  • Six Weeks of Class ( 9:00 am to 2:00 pm )
  • Vocabulary Training
  • Focus and Memory Skills