Our Mission

Study Smart Tutors Inc was founded to help students from varying economic backgrounds build confidence, develop learning skills, and realize their college dreams.

Study Smart Tutors works with schools, outreach programs, and college access organizations to provide efficient and effective test preparation and college access programming.

We accomplish these lofty goals by employing the most competent academic achievers to instruct our students in ways that are unique, interactive, and academically challenging. We have experience working with students from low-income and ELL families, and have conducted workshops for Tens of Thousands of these students.

Why Us?

Study Smart TutorsOur Competition
Curriculum geared for first-generation college-bound studentsCurriculum geared for high-income suburban families
Flexible to the needs of our partnersConstant curriculum regardless of students/program
Extensive experience with federal, state outreach programs and community organizationsLittle experience in the field of college access and success
Adaptive to the students in the specific classIntimidating textbook that is difficult for self-study
Interactive and engaging classesLecture with very little student involvement

Why Do We Do This?

sat-biasThe SAT and ACT exams are arguably the most significant exams that a high school student will take. With more students applying to college each year, and budget cuts limiting the number of students accepted into incoming freshman classes, these tests are now more important than ever. How many points on the SAT separate a student who gets accepted vs. one who is rejected from his/her chosen college? According to a Wall Street Journal report, only 30 points separated students who were accepted from those who were rejected. That’s only 3 or 4 total questions on the SAT!

These Exams Measure How Much Money Your Family Makes.
Unfortunately, it is widely known that there is a very strong correlation between family income levels and SAT Scores. The above chart represents data from the College Board for students who took the SAT in 2009.

You may notice that as income increases by $20000, SAT score rises by approximately 12 points in EACH section!