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  • Diagnostic Testing December (12/2/17)
  • Diagnostic Testing December (12/9/17)
  • Diagnostic Testing December (12/16/17)
  • Diagnostic Testing Winter Break (12/27/17)

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.

October 2017 PSAT Scores Coming Soon

PSAT Scores
PSAT scores from the October 2017 PSAT/NMSQT test are expected to become available to school counselors starting December 5th. Students will be able to access their scores online starting December 12th. To access their scores, students will need to create

When Should You Take The SAT,ACT With Essay?

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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

Should You Send Scores to Colleges When Registering for SAT/ACT?

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As part of registering for the SAT/ ACT test, Collegeboard and ACT allow you to be able to send your test scores directly to four colleges at no additional charge. Collegeboard even extends a nine-day grace period after the test