SAT and ACT Prep Registration Form


  • Do NOT hit “Enter” or “Return” to move between fields; doing so will result in your sending an incomplete form. Instead, please use the “Tab” key or click each field separately.
  • For those who select the private tutoring option, bookings will be made by mutual agreement between the client and the tutor. There are no minimum requirements regarding the frequency and duration of these sessions, an arrangement that allows the student to have as many or as few lessons as required.
  • If anyone interested in semi-private sessions has a specific partner in mind, please be sure to input this person’s name where indicated.
  • Group sessions can be arranged, but there is no set timeline for such a program. In other words, whenever enough registrations are received to warrant organizing a class, interested participants will be contacted regarding a possible schedule and course structure. Cost will be determined by the size of the group and its collective needs – demand for specific topics, availability, targeted test dates, etc.
  • For those seeking support for standardized tests other than the SAT or ACT – for example, the SSAT, GRE, LNAT, etc. – please complete the same form, selecting “other” from the drop-down menu in question 1, then following the relevant instructions.

Name of the person completing this form

E-mail address of the person completing this form

Student Information

Name (First and Last)

Age Date of Birth


Grade (in 2020/21 school year)

Student's E-mail Address (if applicable)

Student's Cell Number (if applicable)

Parent/Guardian Information

Name (First and Last)

Relationship to Student

Mailing Address

Nearest Main Intersection (2 streets)

E-mail Address

Phone Numbers

Billing Preference by e-mailby Canada Post

Specific Needs

1. For which test(s) does the student require support?

If the "other" option has been selected, please specify the standardized test for which support is being requested, then skip to question 2B:

A) If the student has written the Preliminary SAT (PSAT), please record his/her scores:
- Evidence-based Reading and Writing Section Score (out of 760):
- Math Section Score (out of 760):
- TOTAL PSAT/NMSQT SCORE (out of 1520):
B) If the student has previously written the SAT, please record the scores from his/her most recent attempt:
- Evidence-based Reading and Writing Section Score (out of 800):
- Math Section Score (out of 800):
- TOTAL SCORE (out of 1600):
C) On which of the following dates does the student plan to write the SAT?
(check each appropriate box)
August 24, 2019 (in the U.S. only)
October 5, 2019
November 2, 2019 (in the U.S. only)
December 7, 2019
March 14, 2020
May 2, 2020
June 6, 2020 (in the U.S. only)
sometime during the 2020/21 school year

D) If the student has previously written the ACT, please record the scale and composite scores from his/her most recent attempt:
- English (out of 36):
- Math (out of 36):
- Reading (out of 36):
- Science (out of 36):
- COMPOSITE SCORE (average out of 36):
E) On which of the following dates does the student plan to write the ACT?
(check each appropriate box)
September 14, 2019
October 26, 2019
December 14, 2019
February 8, 2020
April 4, 2020
June 13, 2020
July 18, 2020
sometime during the 2020/21 school year

2.A) What form of test preparation would the student prefer?

If the semi-private option has been selected, please provide the name of the second student:

B) Please indicate which of the following topics are of particular interest to the student (the results of this survey question will be used to tailor individual preparation or course syllabus):
Basic Introduction - a general tour of either test, including overall tips and strategies
Diagnostic Assessment - a look at the typical patterns of either test by level of difficulty
Standard English Conventions - sentence structure, grammar and punctuation
Words in Context - a focus on vocabulary and word choice
Passage-based Reading - development of personal approaches to reading comprehension
Expression of Ideas - editing, topic development, organization and use of language
Algebra - basic mechanics required to handle linear equations and inequalities
Problem Solving and Data Analysis - word problems and interpretion of graphs and tables
Advanced Math - understanding and building more complex equations
Essay Writing - evidence-based, analytical and persuasive writing
Pacing - drills that reinforce how to budget and keep track of time
Educated Guessing - risk management and the process of elimination
Practice Test - a full-length practice test under proper time restrictions

All of the above

3. Please check off all the possible days of the week when the student would be available for private or semi-private sessions (this does not apply to anyone registering for a group course). Beside each selection, indicate more specifically what time(s) of day (or evening) would be most optimal.
Monday -
Tuesday -
Wednesday -
Thursday -
Friday -
Saturday -
Sunday -

4. When would you like prep sessions to get underway (for private or semi-private options only)?

5. a) From what source did you find out about The Learning Curve's services?

b) If you conducted an online search, what were the key words that you used?


6. Please note the specifics of your request (test type, test date(s), areas of concern, etc.)