Test Taking

Standardized assessments such as the MEAP, the Private School Admission Test (High School), SAT and the ACT are designed to measure general educational development and the ability to complete grade or college-level work. Questions on these tests are content and curriculum-based, directly related to what has been learned in school. The listening, organization and memory difficulties of students with auditory processing disorders must be considered in helping them to cope with the demands of standardized assessment as well as school. Personalized learning paths effectively fill in those gaps.

Our active prep programs are designed to individually improve language processing speed as well as the ability to survive the standardized testing environment. Our language processing programs are individualized and scientifically validated. Current knowledge is evaluated in order to identify what content may have been missed. These programs help bring success in school.