Questions About CCPrep
Q: Do you have tutoring for ______? (Physics, US History, Geometry, etc.)
Yes! Please submit a request at www.ccprep.org/tutoring
Q: What happens if I cannot a make class?
CCPrep can easily offer make up classes for the sessions missed. If you know of your conflicts at time of registration, please list it in the registration form and we will offer make up classes. If you find out once the classes have started, please let us know as early as possible in order to have the most chances to make it up.
Q: When is payment due? What methods are accepted?
Payment for the courses is not due until the date of the first session (usually the practice test). Payment can be made with a check payable to “CCPrep” or with a credit card. If you would prefer to pay online, we can send you an online invoice that can be paid with a credit card, please just let us know. Payments for school subject tutoring are due by the first session of each month.
Q: Where are the classes held?
Classes are held at our facility in the Laguna Hills/Mission Viejo area. A map with directions can be printed from here.
Q: What if I want to add tutoring to the course, can do I do that?
Absolutely. We offer a free parent meeting with our Lead Instructor, Greg, where families can create a customized Test Prep Plan. To sign-up, please view our Sign-Up Page
Q: Do you offer courses to help with AP Exams?
Yes we do. Our AP Reviews are held starting in April and up until the AP Exams. For information please visit view our AP Review Schedules, or feel free to email or call us.
Questions About Standardized Tests
Q: “Should I take the SAT or the ACT?”
Opinions vary! Most students who work with us prepare for both the SAT and the ACT, and by a general rule we recommend that. Only in specific cases where there is prevailing evidence suggesting one exam over another would we suggest prepping for only 1 exam. If you would like more information concerning your student’s situation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: “Are Subject Tests required?”
Subject tests are becoming less prevalent as a requirement in the college admissions process. Some specific majors DO recommend, even require, one or more SAT Subject Tests.
More thoughts from CCPrep about the SAT Subject Tests…