SHSAT Prep at The Resource Room for the New SHSAT:
Private Tutoring is available at any time for the SHSAT at Resource Room.
Small Group Instruction will be offered for the Summer of 2018 and the Fall of 2018.
Tuition for our SHSAT Courses that run from July through October is $850. This includes all materials.
Summer 2018 SHSAT Class schedule will be posted January 15, 2018. Private Tutoring for SHSAT is available throughout the year.
Please use the consultation request form to contact us to place your name on our pre-registration list. We will contact you by phone to answer any questions you may have.
SHSAT Prep courses will be available at both Richmond Road and Forest Avenue Locations.
Thinking about attending one of New York City’s Gifted High Schools?
The Specialized High School Admissions Test includes:
- Reading: students analyze and interpret passages by answering questions
- Verbal: Grammar Rules and text-based editing.
- Mathematical word problems and computational questions
- Problems in arithmetic, algebra, probability, statistics, and geometry (Multiple Choice)
- Open-ended Math questions. (Not Multiple Choice)
We offer Individual One-to-One instruction or Small Class Instruction. Our SHSAT Prep is intensive, focused, and taught only by licensed NYS Teachers.
Which NYC High Schools Require the SHSAT?
- Staten Island Technical High School
- Stuyvesant High School
- Brooklyn Technical High School
- The Bronx High School of Science
- The Brooklyn Latin School
- High School for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering at the City College
- High School of American Studies at Lehman College.
- Queens High School for the Sciences at York College
- Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts
Why should we use The Resource Room for SHSAT Prep?
SHSAT prep can be challenging and every student has unique learning needs. The Resource Room focuses on individual needs and never moves on to a new topic without building a full understanding of the previous topic.
We understand that each new skill builds on previous knowledge and to move quickly through a set curriculum for the purpose of covering all topics quickly is simply not the most beneficial approach.