Test Preparation

What To Expect

We provide one-one-one, in-home test preparation in Houston to students of all ages.

Test-Prep Process for Success

  1. First, the student tells us about his or her goals. Then, he or she fills us in on any progress that has been made so far individually.
  2. In getting to know the student, we will determine the best learning style to fit his or her needs… this is ALL about the STUDENT and his or her success!
  3. Next, we develop a plan to achieve the desired results.
  4. We stick to that plan and measure our success, making any changes, if necessary.
EVERY ONE of our test prep students have met their goals.
You bring the ambition, and we’ll provide the tools to get you there!
My tutor from The Brain Domain tutors me in English, math, and chemistry. I also have a tutor for prepping me for the ACT and SAT. The subject tutor always checks in with me to make sure I am truly understanding the material. The ACT/SAT tutor is awesome! We’ve been working together for about two months now and I scored a 30 on my first try. I feel confident that I’ll do well on the official test when it comes around. I really recommend The Brain Domain! They’re awesome.
Irina W., SAT/ACT Student
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Which Exams Can We Help You With?

Select an “exam-type” to see if we can help prepare you for your test.

If you are planning for a test that is not listed, please let us know. We may be able to accommodate you, as we are adding experts to our team all the time.

SAT • Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing

ACT • English, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Writing

STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness) • Reading, Writing, Math, Science, and Social Studies
ISEE (Independent School Entrance Examination) • Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Mathematics Achievement, and Essay Writing
TSI (Texas Success Initiative) • Reading, Math, and Writing
GED • Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Reading, and Writing

Test Prep Facts

The SAT

is offered 7 times a year in the United States.

On average,

students answer 50 to 60 percent of questions correctly.

The ACT

is scored on a scale of 36 points.

The national

average is about 21.

Statistics from CollegeBoard and The Princeton Review

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