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  • Saturday Diagnostic Testing (9/23/17)
  • Saturday Diagnostic Testing (9/30/17)
  • Diagnostic Tests October (10/7/17)
  • Diagnostic Tests October (10/14/17)

Every Saturday at 8:30am. Pre-registration required. Call or email.

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Manjri Gupta

Manjri Gupta
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A Message from Our Director

AT AXIOS TUTORING & TEST PREPARATION, WE ARE ALL ABOUT BIG NUMBERS, PARTICULARLY THOSE ON YOUR GRADE REPORT OR SAT / ACT TEST SCORES.  For over seven years, we have been helping Pittsburgh area students achieve their academic and collegiate goals. We achieve these results because we develop our own curriculum, and hire the best tutors. Our location provides a safe, comfortable, and nurturing environment, away from the distractions of home, with subject matter experts who can respond to those questions that your children can no longer answer at home.

Top 3 Reasons Why the PSAT/NMSQT Matters More Than You Thought

Several high school students taking a test in a classroom
When it comes to prepping for the SAT, most students and parents view the PSAT, or Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test, as a simple test-run of moderate importance. However, the PSAT—and your student’s results—wields more influence than you might realize. Though

When Should You Take The SAT,ACT With Essay?

portrait of young female student at school classroom
A question students ask when preparing for the SAT and ACT is: “Should I take the test with or without writing?” The answer has evolved since the new SAT was introduced in March 2016. The Essay was always optional on

The Unparalleled Power of the College Essay

College essay
After all the grade point averages, SAT/ACT scores, and AP class final exams have been tallied, it sometimes seems that college admissions are whittled down to a set of numbers, unfeelingly used to measure an applicant’s potential. And while the