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Test Preparation

Equipping students with the required skills to become active and essential innovators in a modernizing world.


Preparing for the future

iLearn Education is committed to creating educational programs that match the needs of our growing community of loyal patrons. Therefore, iLearn Education has researched and developed our own Test Prep Department. We have already helped prepare students for major exams, but now would like to announce that we are even more prepared to help your child with any of their test preparation needs with the creation of our Test Prep Department. We have private classes available whether you are preparing for the SCAT, ISEE, SSAT, or SAT examinations. iLearn Education’s Test Prep Department is ready to advise parents and help students with their test preparation needs, whatever they may be.

Advanced Placement (AP)

The AP program allows students in high school to pursue college-level studies. Corresponding AP Exams are then administered at the end of the school year. Taking AP courses and exams can help students send out on college applications and can earn them college credit and/or skip introductory courses in college.

AP Exams

  • English Language

  • United States Government
    and Politics

  • World History

  • European History

  • United States History

  • Macroeconomics

  • Microeconomics

  • Calculus AB

  • Calculus BC

  • English Literature

  • Art History

  • Computer Science Principles


Both the ISEE and the SSAT are used for admission to private middle and high schools and test Vocabulary, Math and Reading Comprehension. Many schools will accept either test for admission, which gives you the option of choosing the test that better suits you and your abilities.


The ELPAC is the test that is used to measure how well students in kindergarten (K) through grade twelve understand English when it is not their primary language.


The SAT and ACT are exams that are used for college admission decisions and awarding merit-based scholarships. Both tests generally cover the same topics. Most colleges do not prefer one test over the other, and they are neither harder than the other. Different students tend to do better on one test over the other.


Developed by CTY, the Online School and College Ability Test (SCAT) offers a quick, direct path to determining eligibility for CTY programs. Students can take the test from home, within one hour of registration. CTY uses a three-level grading scale, designed by our experts in gifted education, to determine how your child's score compares to that of students in higher grades. 

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