Of course, ideally. However, the workload for classroom teachers is greater than ever, and the result is often skill or knowledge gaps for just about every student, even those who pride themselves as A+ performers. Given the incredibly competitive nature of the SHSAT, only the students with mastery of all grade-level Math and ELA concepts have a real shot at getting into a specialized high school.
That’s where we come in! Your child may have learned all the content or practiced all the skills on the test once, but we’re to refresh, reinforce, clarify, and deepen understanding. Our program provides a detailed review of all major concepts tested in both section as well as a variety of questions to help students build, push, and test their knowledge. In this way, even the strongest students can fill in the gaps in their proficiency levels to become well-rounded, critically thinking learners who are ready to dominate the exam.
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