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Robert Schombs

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I’m Rob Schombs, the founder of Reason Prep, creator of these videos, and your test prep tutor. I earned a BA in Chemistry (2006) and an MA in Science and Technology Studies (2009) from Cornell University. In 2010 I started tutoring SAT, ACT, math, chemistry, and writing full-time, and Reason Prep followed shortly after!

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6 comments on “ACT – Thank you!”

  1. Elizabeth Pacheco

    Hi Rob, I am tutoring a homeschooled student for the SAT Essay. Can you provide a rubric for scoring the essays and a breakdown score for each component of the essay? Do you offer free videos on SAT Essay Writing strategies?
    I have downloaded the practice essays, but I would like the above information to provide appropriate feedback and support to my student.
    Thank you for your help.

  2. Angelique Diaz Torres

    I think implementing computer-based quizzes would enhance the learning experience.

  3. Auburn Ansley

    Hello. My name is Auburn Ansley, and I am a rising senior. I have taken the ACT several times, and I am not satisfied by my score AT ALL. I have always done well on standardized tests at my school and have exceptionally high grades, but for some reason, I cannot succeed on this test. I took the ACT in the 10th grade, and I made a 25. Ever since then, my score has remained the same. I took the test this past June and made a 24. I was completely mortified by my score. I have never studied for the ACT and have never got finished with the reading and science section. I know that this is my biggest problem. Also, every time that I take it, my scores range from best to worst subject. I HAVE to make at least a 29 on it before January of next year and have three more times to take it before then.

    I know that I must study and work on my time management, but I just don’t know how. What is your advice to me?