Charleston SAT Prep

SAT & ACT Training in Charleston, SC

Get live SAT & ACT training taught by a top 1% SAT prep teacher for less than $4 a day. Our proven test-taking strategies have helped thousands of students improve their SAT & ACT scores. Our live online SAT courses are taught by actual high school teachers who have scored in the top 1% of the SAT themselves, not just random instructors. 

Exclusive access for just $99/mo

Improve Your SAT & ACT Test Scores.

Are you looking to go to a college in Charleston, SC? Charleston has some of the top ranked colleges in the country including College of Charleston and Citadel Military College of South Carolina. Our SAT prep program is designed to help increase your chances of getting accepted to the school of your choice by improving your SAT score.

If you’re looking for local SAT prep in Charleston, you’re in the right place. The SAT is offered 7 times each year. There is no restriction on how many times you can take the test, but most students find that taking the test three or fewer times is best. 

The average student who studies for the SAT in Charleston, SC spends about 5 weeks preparing for the exam. We understand preparing for the SAT can be hard with a busy schedule so we offering live SAT prep classes via Zoom. Click the button below to view our SAT prep courses offered in Charleston. 


Improve your test score on the Math portion of the SAT & ACT.


Improve your test score on the English portion of the SAT & ACT.


Improve your test score on the Reading portion of the SAT & ACT.

Meet Your Charleston
SAT & ACT Prep Teacher

Tim Anderson is a former classroom teacher who loves what he does: preparing students for success on college admissions tests. As a public school teacher, it bothered him that quality SAT/ACT preparation oftentimes seems only to be available for the students who can afford the ridiculously high price tags that usually accompany it. Attest was founded on the belief that quality test preparation should be available to all students, and that very mission continues today.