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Stumptown Test Prep specializes in one-on-one comprehensive standardized test preparation and individual study coaching. Our mission is to provide our students with the best tutoring and coaching possible.

We offer weekly individualized tutoring sessions for many standardized tests - SAT Reasoning Test, SAT Subject Tests, ACT, PSAT/NMSQT, SSAT, GRE, GMAT and LSAT - at our office in John's Landing.

Our tutors work one-on-one in order to focus on the unique needs of each student. These needs may be gaps in knowledge, issues with motivation or test anxiety, poor time management skills, or a combination of all the above. We work with students from middle school through college and beyond who want to achieve their best scores and reach their goals.

Contact us if you would like to set up your first session. The first meeting consists of a 30-minute FREE Consultation to put together a testing roadmap and 30 minutes of paid tutoring prorated for the initial visit. Please consult our FAQ if you have any questions about the tutoring process with Stumptown Test Prep.

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We at Stumptown Test Prep want all of our families to remain healthy and secure during the COVID-19 outbreak. The SAT, ACT, and SAT Subject Tests plan to return in June, and those tests may offer makeup dates during the summer. Accordingly, we advise our students not to allow their test preparation to languish, especially since the testing schedules and overall college admissions process may be significantly more condensed for the class of 2021.

We are moving our work online, meeting our students and proctoring tests with Zoom. We are developing various options to meet your scheduling and even budgetary needs. We are exploring methods to support our students further with other tutoring and pedagogy. Please email or call us so we may help determine what would be your best course of action.

Beyond the practical argument for maintaining one’s preparation, we further argue that preparing for a standardized test now is a positive good. Seeking structure and sanctuary in the normal during these abnormal days can do more than reduce anxiety—it can boost morale and bolster positive thoughts. Many students will have little to no homework for the foreseeable future, and their skills and motivation can deteriorate without firm goals and regular work.

As ever, we believe that success favors the prepared and that hard work pays off.

We look forward to working with you soon!

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