What is ASI?
Academic Services International is an independent test preparation company specializing in SAT/ACT test preparation. ASI was founded by experienced classroom teachers who have been teaching SAT/ACT preparation at International and American Schools around the world.
The ASI mission is to provide a quality course. This is accomplished by innovative methodology, scholastic excellence with sound educational philosophies, and superior teaching experience. We show students how to prepare a successful comprehensive strategy for taking the SAT and the ACT. Our first priority is to maintain excellence in teaching from concept to measurable results.
It is often believed that one cannot prepare for the SAT/ACT. Our statistics prove that you CAN prepare for the SAT/ACT, substantially improving your test taking skills and dramatically raising scores. We are an interactive team driven by passion and commitment. We truly believe in our method and curriculum, and have a proven track record.
Our core group is comprised of dynamic teachers, each with more than 25 years of classroom teaching experience. In addition to their prior experience, each teacher has received extensive training in the ASI methodology. We have combined their field experience with our technique, providing program consistency with the benefit of cumulative experience.
Communication with counselors, parents and students has a high priority to assure the best productive environment, to meet specific needs, and to assure the meeting of mutual expectations. We run a lean ship. The value proposition requires a stress on excellence, not on profit.
ASI is NOT affiliated with any college and we cannot guarantee acceptance to a college. We cannot guarantee a specific score. This will depend on student commitment to learn and practice the ASI method.
ASI is NOT a quick fix. We teach the test taking skills needed for these particular tests. Starting with the knowledge you already have, our method builds on this base, but is directed to the repetition and idiosyncrasies of the SAT and the ACT.