Testive’s SAT/ACT Prep Products: FREE Software & Coaching

Did you know that Testive offers two products for SAT and ACT prep?

In this video, Student Success Advisor Molly Schuh explains the two types of prep products Testive offers: our FREE adaptive software and our effective Coaching program.


Hi, my name’s Molly and I’m a Student Success Advisor here at Testive.

I’m going to give you an inside look at how Testive works and how it’s helped thousands of students improve their SAT and ACT scores.

First, Testive offers two products. Our FREE adaptive software, available to any student with an Internet connection, and our paid coaching program that combines the technology of our software with the motivation of a human coach.  

We’ve found that students who choose our coaching program show an average score improvement of 150 points on the SAT and 3 points on the ACT. Not bad, right?

In fact, we’re so proud of these results, we post them on our website for everyone to see.

To find out why our online coaching program is more effective than a private tutor or prep class, check out the coaching section of our website.

If you already have a pretty high SAT or ACT score and are just looking for a little test prep “boost,” you might want to checkout our FREE software.

Just go to Testive.com, create a FREE account, and within seconds you’ll have a personalized prep platform ready to use to start improving your score.

Developed at MIT, Testive’s software learns and adapts each time a student answers a question. This means they’ll always be prepping at the right level at the right time.

For more information about how our adaptive software speeds up the learning process, visit our FREE software page.

So, are you ready to get started with Testive?

Just give us a call.

Happy prepping!

Sign up for Testive’s free software today! To find out about our Coaching Program, sign up for a demo, or give us a call today at 888-960-8378 to find out how your child can increase their SAT score an average of 150 points or their ACT an average of 3 points.

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