Recent Success Stories From Our Dedicated Danville SAT Prep Students

The chart below should be read as follows:

Josh scored 1,800 on the SAT – 590 points higher than his initial
College Board practice test.

Josh Monte Vista 1,800 (590 point score improvement) Nicole Monte Vista 1,940 (+ 340 points)
Miranda Monte Vista 2, 260 (570 point score improvement) Pauline Carondelet 2,100 (+ 340 points)
Claire Carondelet 2,150 (530 point score improvement) Kyle Monte Vista 1,990 (+ 330 points)
Sheridan Monte Vista 2,090 (490 point score improvement) Kathryn San Ramon Valley 1,800 (480 point score improvement)
Caroline Carondelet 2,230 (460 point score improvement) Brendan San Ramon Valley 2,160 (+ 320 points)
Sam Monte Vista 2,030 (460 point score improvement) Kevin Monte Vista 2,160 (+ 320 points)
Cassie Carondelet 1,800 (420 point score improvement) Jill Monte Vista 2,310 (+310 points)
Brody San Ramon 1,800 (400 point score improvement) Katherine San Ramon 2,060 (+ 290 points)
Josh San Ramon 1,810 (400 point score improvement) Eric Monte Vista 2,040 (+ 290 points)
Natalie Las Lomas 1,700 (400 point score improvement) Alice Monte Vista 2,100 (+ 280 points)
Sam De La Salle 1,960 (390 point score improvement) Rachel Monte Vista 2,220 (+ 270 points)
Allison San Ramon Valley 1,910 (+ 380 points) Alex Monte Vista 2,070 (+ 270 points)
Katelyn Monte Vista 1,820 (370 point score improvement) Linda Dougherty Valley 2,330 (+ 270 points)
Gordon Monte Vista (MegaPrep Sudent) 32 on the ACT which is equivalent to a 2,130 SAT (600 point score improvement)
Larry San Ramon Valley (MegaPrep Sudent) 34 on the ACT which is equivalent to a 2,280 SAT (570 point score improvement)
Tyler Monte Vista (MegaPrep Student) 31 on the ACT which is equivalent to a 2,100 SAT (480 point score improvement)
Natalie Monte Vista (MegaPrep Student) 32 on the ACT which is equivalent to a 2,160 SAT (450 point score improvement)
Jeff Monte Vista (MegaPrep Student) 34 on the ACT which is equivalent to a 2,280 SAT (350 point score improvement)
* all students do not achieve the same score increases as our dedicated students.