The ACT is the most widely accepted university entrance exam in the United States. With Universal Education's ACT Course, you'll be prepared to perform your best on all sections of the exam.
This course is suitable for high school students preparing to boost their ACT scores.
Highly selective schools view strong SAT scores as a necessary piece of a successful student's application package. Universal Education offers two SAT courses to suit your needs.
1. SAT 1300: For students who have achieved an 80 or higher on the TOEFL, this preparation course will familiarize you with the structure and content of the SAT amd cover the essential material that you need to know to achieve a strong score.
2. SAT 1500 For students who have already scored 1300 or higher on the SAT, this course is designed to push your scores to the next level. You'll get a detailed look at the advanced techniques that can maximize your score, as reinforcement of earlier concepts to ensure that you're ready for your next SAT.
It's not a secret that your English proficiency directly impacts your access to elite education in the United States. TOEFL and IELTS are the two most commonly accepted English proficiency exams. Universal Education offers numerous preparation options to suit your needs based upon your current proficiency level and proficiency goals.
Also called SAT Subject Tests, the SAT II focuses on specific subject matter; strong scores clearly demonstrate your mastery of conent to admissions offices. Universal Education's courses are designed to familiarize you with the content, strategies, and principles needed to achieve high scores.
Universal Education offers courses to prepare you for the following exams:
AP Courses are university level courses offered in high school. High school students can elect to study these courses, pass AP exams and gain college credit.
Passing an AP exam not only demonstrates students’ excellence in academic achievement, but provides them with considerable savings as well. Currently the popular courses taken include: Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Physics B, U.S. History, World History, Macroeconomics and Microeconomics.