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HOW WE GET RESULTS

The most important thing to realize is that unlike high school tests which are "curriculum-centric", the competitive tests are "thought-process-centric". In other words, the primary goal of high school tests is to evaluate a student on his or her knowledge of the material. The primary goal of tests such as the SAT and ACT is to evaluate the critical thinking and analytical abilities of the student under time constraints - to this end, these tests use Math, Writing and Reading Comprehension concepts to frame the necessary questions.

Our success is achieved by a teaching philosophy which recognizes this, and aligns the student's though process in the right direction. There is a big difference between presenting and teaching. We do not just throw material at the student and see if that sticks - it will not ever, unless the student sees a necessity for absorbing such knowledge. So we create a set of incremental self-confidence building measures for the student, and inculcate a sense of ownership of the problem in his or her mind. Only then they see the need for knowledge - in the form of different tools- to solve SAT/ACT problems. Read on to understand how we get results in a nutshell.





KNOWLEDGE THEORY based CRITICAL THINKING BUILDER

The vertices {a,b,c,d,e,f} in the knowledge dependency graph below correspond to different problem types. For example, a student needs to have knowledge of {a,c,b} in order to solve problem {d}, and knowledge of {a,b,c,d,e} to solve problem {f}.





There are several learning paths to reach vertex {f}. If a students cannot solve problem type {d} to advance his/her knowledge state, Artificially Intelligent software along with manual intervention decides on additional prep/test material in the areas of {b,c}.

We have been painstakingly developing libraries of problems over the last 16 years, along with relevant software. We work with knowledge structures in Math, Reading, Grammar, and Science, all of which are critical components of the SAT and ACT.



Professional Educators

Our tutors are professional educators, with a prodigious amount of combined teaching experience in various fields. Success in SAT/PSAT/ACT requires not only a solid background of course material, but also the ability to use it accurately, logically, carefully and in a timely manner. Our instructors bring a sound knowledge of foundation material, along with efficacious teaching that ensures success, to every class.



Psychometric Evaluation

Psychometrics is the field of study concerned with the theory and technique of educational and psychological experiment, which includes the measurement of knowledge, abilities, attitudes, and personality traits. The field is primarily concerned with the study of differences between individuals and between groups of individuals. As part of our clinical experience with SAT students, we have developed a unique method of accurately determining mental and emotional factors that lead to the build up of competitive instincts, conscious self-control of carelessness, constructive self-criticism, and ambition - all of which are critical to success in today's environments when both the tests, and college entrance criteria, are becoming tougher by the year. Our psychometric analysis techniques are based on the following two foundations: (1) construction of instruments and procedures for measurement, and (2) development and refinement of theoretical approaches to measurement.



Tuning Thought Processes

The surest way to success is to align your logical and analytical abilities with those of the test setters. Our unique teaching style at Hitch Hiker's Guide To College ensures that students actively participate in analyzing questions and eliminating choices by thinking aloud and observing others do the same. Our instructors do not just give out the correct answers; instead, they initiate and maintain brainstorming sessions with the students so that they develop the crucial test-taking abilities. Each class is initially challenging, but once you get the hang of it, you start enjoying the sessions and grow in confidence leading up to the test.



Time Micro-Management

In a test like SAT/PSAT/ACT, every second counts. Experience shows us that students typically waste valuable seconds choosing wrong questions to answer, or answering questions using the wrong methods. Our courses incorporate several in-class tests that are overlooked and timed by our instructors on an one-on-one basis. Post-analysis and deconstruction of these timed tests is one of the critical components of the success of our students.



Class Size

Experience shows us that the above 3 teaching techniques can only be effective for a maximum class size of 6. Our novel teaching paradigms simply cannot be replicated by any mass-scale tutoring service.



Knowledge Base

One of the foundations for success is your knowledge base. The syllabi of SAT/PSAT/ACT are vast and ever-changing, including materials from as early as 7th grade, till as late as senior year. At Hitch Hiker's Guide To College we guarantee that the test syllabus will be entirely covered as long as you register with us at least 8 weeks before the test. We have no vested interest in using foundation material of any particular publisher. We supplement our well developed study material with those of other publishers to provide you with an all-rounded study experience.



Customized Progression Analysis

We analyze your tests in great depth, cross correlate your answers from previous tests, deconstruct your mistakes in categories based on subject matter and difficulty levels, and statistically follow your progression in our courses to pin-point and work on your personal weaknesses. Individually tailored results are generated by hand-grading, as opposed to computer-grading.



Comprehensive College Counseling Package

Besides helping out with preparation for SAT/PSAT/ACT/PLAN/Subject SAT, we also assist ALL High School Students with high school course selection, college guidance, career planning, college application, scholarship search and application, and college financial advice package.
Funding your children's education is no small task. It will probably represent the largest liability (outside of a home) that you will incur in your lifetime. Currently the average annual college tuition expense is $15,000 for public school, $30,000 for private school, and $45,000 for elite private schools. But these are after tax dollars. Assuming a 35% tax rate, you will need to earn $100,000 for four years of public school, $200,000 for private school and $300,000 for elite private schools - PER CHILD. Furthermore, the inflation rate for college tuition has been running double to triple the Consumer Price Index inflation rate. The recent economic depression has resulted in national inflation of college tuition fees by over 10% and in some state by over 14%. Moreover, the competition for scholarships have simply become cut-throat. In this scenario, it does make a lot of sense to invest a little with experts, than having to regret and to pay a lot for mistakes that you might make in the complex process or college admission and financial aid.
HHG2C offers a boutique style college counseling program which is perhaps the best kept secret in the greater Charlotte area, simply because we do not spend your money on flooding billboards and magazine pages. We give you real value for your money, and over 95% of our business comes from referrals.



The HitchHiker's College Advisory Solution

You will be offered up to 3 meetings, of up to 1 hour each, during which all college application related matters can be discussed, including, but not limited to:
College Planning and Selection, Test Strategies, Planning and Score Analysis, Application Do's and Dont's, Building your college profile, Volunteering, Resume and Recommendation letters.



Our College Advisory Solution will include the following:

  • Customized College Application Plan and Test Score Analysis


  • College Planning and Application Resource Binder


    A complete A-Z resource guides parents and students through the complex application process. We have invested considerable time and energy to compile this material and help you organize the entire application process in a series of easy to understand and implement micro-steps.


  • College Comparison Chart

    A report comparing up to 10 different colleges will be made available to the client. Conveniently formatted comparisons will give you a quick and accurate glance at the relevant features of the colleges you are targeting, including academic profile, cost breakdown, score requirements, campus characteristics, majors, financial awards, and admission contacts, to name a few.


  • College Calendar

    A detailed ONE year calendar will be provided for up to 10 colleges on your short list - contains all the important deadlines you will need at your fingertips during your entire Senior year.


  • Campus Visit Score Card

    Our systematic campus visit evaluation system will help you ask the right questions and make objective decisions after any college campus visit.


  • Customized Scholarship Planning and Financial Analysis

    We will go through your portfolio and find those hidden and elusive scholarships for you. Furthermore, we give you our professional suggestions about which scholarships to target, which ones do not look promising for you. Our suggestions extend to advising summer activities to improve your college and scholarship application chances. We will help you find your Expected Financial Contribution and Net Price toward college expenses.






Online College Counseling

College Counseling can either be done face to face, or delivered online if so desired, using distance interaction software, along with 24/7 email and phone support. We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.

Our College and Scholarship Application Preparation Services


As I have found, as a busy senior with a tough class load and a multitude of extracurriculars, the college application process is quite complicated and sometimes too complex for a student to decipher. Realizing that I was clueless about the whole process and realizing that I wanted to make college see the best me, I decided to seek help. Hitchhiker's has pretty much made the college application process much easier and less of a hassle for me, allowing me to focus on the applications but also on my other work. What I find really helpful, is the advice about the college essays. Many colleges now require at least one essay and many of them stress the essays' importance in their decision factor, so making mistakes or not doing them the right way would not be acceptable. With Hitchhiker's I was able to better understand how to pick essays, respond to them to ensure that colleges will remember me. Most of the advice given is even applicable in writing for school. I know that for many families the whole college application process is very important as it determines childrens' futures for the next four years of their lives and like every parent who wishes well for his/her child, being familiar with the process and understanding what is being asked will help optimize the student's chances to get into his or her college. I would really like to thank Hitch Hiker's for such a phenomenal job in guiding me and making the whole process feel like a piece of cake!

Priyanka Vakil, Providence High School

This section focuses on our college and scholarship application preparation services targeted towards rising seniors.

Preparing a college and/or scholarship application is a tedious and serious job that is best left to professionals. The best time to prepare college and scholarship applications is the summer when you are a rising senior. A lot of universities have early action (EA) and early decision (ED) deadlines in late summer or early fall. Since EA and ED increase your chances of getting accepted in reach colleges dramatically (sometimes as high as 35%), it makes a lot of sense to prepare applications in summer before the senior year. Moreover, once school starts in your senior year, there will be little to no time to devote to application preparation. Ideally we would like to meet with the student and his/her family in the early summer to understand his/her career and college preferences. However, our application preparation services are open throughout Fall, and even in Spring for universities which have rolling admissions. The first consulting session is 1 hour long, and the fee for this is waived if the student is enrolled in our College Guidance Program.

The first step in the program is college and scholarship (if required) searching. We suggest that students apply to about 5-6 colleges, 1-2 of which will be reach colleges (lower chance of getting admission), 2-3 of which will be within range, and 1 will be a safe college (very high chance of admission). We will help in locating these colleges and any associated scholarships that the student may be interested in, for a nominal fee (this fee is waived if the student is enrolled in our College Guidance Program).

Our application preparation services include unlimited telephone consultation during the process of application preparation and final review of the application before it is sent out. Most of this process can be done remotely, although the student might need to come to our location occasionally. Our involvement with the application process does not end after the application is sent out we follow through with the application until the college makes a decision. This is important because colleges tend to keep asking for missing details after the applications have been submitted. Each application, either for college admission or for scholarship, is charged separately. This charge does not include writing essays for the application or preparing the student for any interview (if required).

College admission and scholarship applications typically require essays to be written. Common application essays can be shared between several colleges, but certain colleges require essays specific to them. We provide guidance during essay writing, helping the student make an insightful and telling choice, and present his/her choice creatively and credibly. Note that the same essay can often be shared between multiple applications.

Finally, for colleges and programs that require interviews, we offer consulting services to prepare students for success. An interview preparation includes a 30 minutes Mock Interview.

Our College Counseling package can be used in conjunction with the College/Scholarship Application Preparation services. Enroll with us now to avoid making expensive mistakes. Call today for getting help with College Counseling and/or College/Scholarship Application Preparation services. We can work with a limited number of students on a first come, first served basis. We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.




Online College/Scholarship Application Preparation

College/Scholarship Application Preparation can either be done face to face, or delivered online if so desired, using distance interaction software, along with 24/7 email and phone support. We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) Preparation Course



ALL high school students typically take the SAT nowadays, and an increasing number of 7th and 8th graders do the same. SAT scores tell students how well they use the skills and knowledge they have attained in and outside of the classroom, including how they think, solve problems, and communicate. The SAT is an important resource for colleges. It is also one of the best predictors of how well students will do in college. Nearly every college in America accepts the SAT and SAT Subject Tests as a part of its admissions process. That is why more than two million students take the SAT every year. Like any other multiple choice based test, you will achieve the highest score after you take the test several times; for SAT we recommend taking the test three (3) times. Remember that SAT is offered throughout the year, and we suggest that a student takes it once in the sophomore year, and then two (2) more times in their junior year. All SAT scores become public records and universities can pull up your scores at will - so do not take the SAT without preparation because a bad score will hide your true capabilities and hurt your chances of admission. In fact, Universities are requiring that you report ALL your SAT (and ACT) scores with your application. The comprehensive SAT course that we offer is a 44 hour long course, composed of 20 tutoring hours and 24 testing hours. The 20 tutoring hours is broken up into 10 sessions of 2 hours each, and covers ALL areas of the test. The course is divided into 2 sections - the foundation section and the practice section. The foundation section is especially important because students will either have forgotten material they covered in middle school and freshman years, or they will not have seen material from sophomore/junior years, and all this material will be included in the SAT. The practice section of our SAT course is where we train students in our unique style: align students’ thought processes with those of the test setters. We offer one-on-one sessions, and small groups of 2 students, 3 students and 4 students. For small groups, you have to form your own group or we can help you form the group.





Following are the three important reasons why you should consider our course:

  • Our group size is 4 maximum (we also offer individual courses).

  • As part of our boutique style teaching, we grade the tests by hand to identify, classify and cross-correlate test results with great deal of individual attention to each and every student, and work on the diagnosed weaknesses to rectify the problems before moving on to the next test. We do not use automated computer based grading of tests.

  • We are career academicians and we know how to teach and guide students going to college. We do not hire tutors lacking necessary pedagogical credentials just to keep up with the demand.

  • We also offer refresher courses for students. These refresher courses can be offered in groups of maximum of 4 students (depending on availability), or individually. The duration of a refresher course is mutually decided between the students and us, depending on specific objectives of the students. Preparation courses are offered throughout the year.



We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485





The most common reasons for taking the PSAT/NMSQT are:

  • To receive feedback on your strengths and weaknesses on skills necessary for college study. You can then focus your preparation on those areas that could most benefit from additional study or practice.

  • To see how your performance on an admissions test might compare with that of others applying to college.

  • To enter the competition for scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (grade 11).

  • To help prepare for the SAT. You can become familiar with the kinds of questions and the exact directions you will see on the SAT. To receive information from colleges when you check "yes" to Student Search Service.


The comprehensive PSAT course that we offer is a 28 hour long course, composed of 12 tutoring hours and 16 testing hours. The 12 tutoring hours is broken up into 6 sessions of 2 hours each, and covers ALL areas of the test. The course is divided into 2 sections - the foundation section and the practice section. The foundation section is especially important because students will either have forgotten material they covered in middle school and freshman years, or they will not have seen material from sophomore/junior years, and all this material will be included in the PSAT. The practice section of our PSAT course is where we train students to have their thought processes aligned with those of the test setters. We offer one-on-one sessions, and small groups of 2 students, 3 students and 4 students. For small groups, you have to form your own group or we can help you form the group. We also offer a refresher PSAT course for students who will take the PSAT for the second time. This refresher course is for individual students or for small groups, and the duration is mutually decided between the students and us, depending on specific targets that the students may have. Most of our students enroll for the SAT course in their junior years, and they get prepared for PSAT as a by-product. All preparation courses for PSAT are offered during summer and early fall of every year. We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.

MAKING SENSE OF THE ACT


While the SAT and ACT are very different tests, they both fulfill the same role in the admissions process. The SAT and ACT are designed to provide college admissions officers with two things: a predictor of first-year academic achievement in college, and a common yardstick to use in comparing students from a wide range of educational backgrounds. The ACT was traditionally required by colleges in the mid-west, and the SAT was the test of choice in the northeast and on the east and west coasts. But now an increasing number of students are taking the ACT, and the majority of schools in the United States now accept both SAT or ACT test results.



Differences between the ACT and the Redesigned SAT:



  • The ACT includes a science reasoning section; the SAT does not.

  • The ACT math section is easier than the SAT math section; calculator is allowed in ACT math throughout, whereas there is a calculator inactive part in the SAT math.

  • The SAT reading comprehension has questions with logical dependencies between them – getting one wrong will most likely get the next one wrong because the next questions asks “where in the passage did you get the previous answer from”. ACT reading questions are more straightforward.

  • ACT is a much faster test than the SAT – you will be in a rush!

  • The Essay in the SAT is now Rhetorical Analysis of a given essay – you do not write an essay stating your opinion on a topic as you do in the ACT essay.


Similarities between the ACT and the Redesigned SAT:



  • The grammar (English) sections are similar – they are less technical, more context/flow based.

  • There is no penalty for getting wrong answers or for guessing in either test.



Admissions officers and educators often describe the difference between SAT and ACT in these terms: the ACT is a content-based test, where-as the SAT tests critical thinking and problem solving. In fact, this contrast isn't exactly watertight. Many questions on the ACT test critical thinking, and there is a predictable range of material that's tested on the SAT. But the SAT and ACT reward different attributes, so performing well on each test can all boil down to what kind of test taker you are.
Depending on your particular strengths and weaknesses, you may perform much better on one test than the other. As a result, many students embarking on the admissions process are now considering both the SAT and ACT - to figure out which test provides a better showcase for their abilities.

The ACT is a more straightforward exam than the SAT, which can benefit students who are not naturally good test-takers. However, the ACT covers more advanced subjects than the SAT and also poses more of a time challenge for most students. Before you decide which test you can do better, do a few sample tests of both SAT and ACT and compare the results. Be sure that the sample tests cover all sections of the SAT and ACT.
One good reason for considering the ACT is that it may save you from having to take four SAT tests. Many competitive colleges now require applicants to take both the SAT I Reasoning Test and up to three SAT Subject (SAT II) Tests. However, there are a number of schools including Boston College and Duke that do not require you to take SAT II tests if you take the ACT. So taking the ACT might save you hours of testing (and even more hours of preparation), and save your money.
Please note that these policies vary from school to school. There are a number of schools that require the SAT II regardless of their ACT or SAT I requirements. Be sure to do the research by yourself and make everything crystal clear before you make any decision over your test choice.
Even though most colleges now accept both SAT and ACT scores, familiarity is an important factor in the admissions process. If most students in your state take the SAT, for example, and you take the ACT, admission officers may wonder why.
Choosing the tests can be quite a completed process. So, spend time doing the research. Ask us, ask your high school teachers, talk to your classmates, think about your own particular situation. You keep spending time on this matter until you get everything clear for a smart choice. Your research time will be well worth it.



OUR ADVICE

We offer a diagnostic test to help identify which test (SAT or ACT) might be the ideal test for a student to prep for. The diagnostic test itself is about 4 hours long, and has been carefully prepared to capture the differences between the SAT and ACT. After a student takes the test in a single setting, we get back to the parents within a couple of days with a detailed report and analysis of the student’s performance, strengths and weaknesses, along with our recommendation about which test prep the student should be engaging in. This diagnosis has been extremely popular with the students and been a very accurate predictor of student testing success.
Most importantly, remember that all ACT scores become public records and universities can pull up your scores at will - so do not take the ACT without preparation because a bad score will hide your true capabilities and hurt your chances of admission. In fact, Universities are requiring that you report ALL your ACT (and SAT) scores with your application.



OUR ACT PROGRAMS

The comprehensive ACT course that we offer is a 44 hour long course, composed of 20 tutoring hours and 24 testing hours. The 20 tutoring hours is broken up into 10 sessions of 2 hours each, and covers ALL areas of the test. The course is divided into 2 sections - the foundation section and the practice section. The foundation section is especially important because students will either have forgotten material they covered in middle school and freshman years, or they will not have seen material from sophomore/junior years, and all this material will be included in the ACT. The practice section of our ACT course is where we train students in our unique style: align students’ thought processes with those of the test setters. We offer one-on-one sessions, and small groups of 2 students, 3 students and 4 students. For small groups, you have to form your own group or we can help you form the group.
We also offer refresher ACT courses for students. These refresher courses can be offered in groups of maximum of 4 students (depending on availability), or individually. The duration of a refresher course is mutually decided between the students and us, depending on specific objectives of the students. Preparation courses are offered throughout the year.



OUR PLAN PROGRAMS

The comprehensive PLAN course that we offer is a 28 hour long course, composed of 12 tutoring hours and 16 testing hours. The 12 tutoring hours is broken up into 6 sessions of 2 hours each, and covers ALL areas of the test. The course is divided into 2 sections - the foundation section and the practice section. The foundation section is especially important because students will either have forgotten material they covered in middle school and freshman years, or they will not have seen material from sophomore/junior years, and all this material will be included in the PLAN. The practice section of our PLAN course is where we train students to have their thought processes aligned with those of the test setters.

We offer one-on-one sessions, and small groups of 2 students, 3 students and 4 students. For small groups, you have to form your own group or we can help you form the group.
We also offer a refresher PLAN course for students who will take the PLAN for the second time. This refresher course is for individual students or for small groups, and the duration is mutually decided between the students and us, depending on specific targets that the students may have. Most of our students enroll for the ACT course in their junior years, and they get prepared for PLAN as a by-product.
We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.



Test Prep and College Application Workshops at your Site


SAT/PSAT/ACT WORKSHOPS

We offer client-site workshops which are completely flexible and customizable according to your needs. An example schedule is shown below.


Day 1 (Monday)
9:00 am Math Foundation Material Test Taking Strategies Workbook
11:00 am Break
11:10 am Math Breakout Session 2 Math Sections (Workbook)
12:10 pm Lunch
12:40 pm Breakout Analysis Workbook
1:40 pm Take a Math Test 2 Math Sections (Workbook)
2:30 pm Individual Analysis Workbook
3:10 pm Days End
Day 2 (Tuesday)
9:00 am Writing Foundation Material Test Taking Strategies Workbook
11:00 am Break
11:10 am Essay Writing Peer-Evaluation of Essays Handout
12:10 pm Lunch
12:40 pm Essay Re-Writing (closing the feedback loop) Handout
1:40 pm Break
1:50 pm Take a Writing TestTake a Writing Test 1 Long & 1 Short Writing Sections (Workbook)
2:30 pm Individual Analysis Workbook
3:20 pm Essay Research Emailed
Day 3 (Wednesday)
9:00 am Math Foundation Material Test Taking Strategies Workbook
11:00 am Break
11:10 am Math Breakout Session 2 Math Sections (Workbook)
12:10 pm Lunch
12:40 pm Breakout Analysis Workbook
1:40 pm Take a Math Test 2 Math Sections (Workbook)
2:30 pm Individual Analysis Workbook
3:10 pm Days End
Day 4 (Thursday)
9:00 am Reading Strategies
9:30 am Reading Breakout Session 2 Reading Sections (Workbook)
10:30 am Breakout Analysis Workbook (Workbook)
11:30 pm Lunch
12:00 pm Post-Test Workbook
2:00 pm Break 2 Math Sections
2:10 pm Post-Test Grading
3:10 pm Days End
Day 5 (Friday)
9:00 am Post-Test Analysis Workbook
11:00 am Vocab Building cards
12:30 am Lunch
1:00 pm Post-Workshop Feeler Survey Handout
1:15 pm Workshop Evaluation Handout
1:30 pm Report Generation Timeout
2:00 pm Meet the Parents Workshop Report for Parents
3:00 pm Days End

COLLEGE & SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WORKSHOP

Call Us Today: HHG2C offers Workshops on College & Scholarship App Process at your location


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EXAMPLE 1 DAY WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

10.00 am Welcome/Registration
Workshop Layout
2.30 am Outline of a Scholarship
Application
10.30 am Outline of an Admission
Application
3.00 am Financial Aid
10.45 am Writing Resumes 3.30 am Estimated Financial
Contribution
11.15 am Preparing Templates for Reco
Letters
3.45 am FAFSA
11.15 am Writing the College Admissions
Essays
Working Lunch
4.15 am Css profile
12.30 pm Writing Personal Statements 5.00 pm Workshop Evaluation
1.15 pm Common App Form Fill-up 5.00 pm Workshop Ends

2nd Day Add-On: Prepare your Personal Statement

10:00am to 5:00pm Students will finish their Customized Personal Statements, and be
ready for starting their College Applications.

ABOUT HHG2C


We customize one-on-one courses for graduate entrance exams such as GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT, etc.



LIVE Online Session with Tutor

If you cannot come to us, we come to you online. Using state-of-the-art distance-learning software, we seamlessly integrate the student's and the teacher's environment so that the student feels the teacher is in the same room with him or her. Think of all the time you will save, not having to travel. We will be happy to discuss our program further with you over the phone. Please give us a call at 704-840-5485.

Contact Information


Call : (704) 840 5485

Email : hhg2c@yahoo.com

Address : 6401 Carmel Road, Suite 103, Charlotte, NC 28226, USA

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