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Midwest College Prep Scheduling Policy
To ensure each student receives the very best individualized lessons, scheduling is set at the beginning of each testing cycle. Changes to this schedule during the testing cycle are not permitted for a non-emergency. We will do what we can to accommodate a student for an emergency – if the schedule allows.
Once the student is entered into the system, their spot is held for the entire cycle. In order to uphold the very best standards for each and every lesson, we are unable to deviate from the set testing schedule.

PACKAGES:
All sessions must be prepaid at the time of enrollment. Packages will be suited to fit each individual student’s learning needs.
In order to be able to adequately assess and evaluate each student’s learning style and needs, packages are set in increments of no less than four sessions per testing cycle.

Unable to make a schedule session? Failure to attend a scheduled tutoring session without a prior 48 hour cancellation notice will result in a full charge for the scheduled session. Midwest College Prep takes great lengths to individually prepare for each student’s learning session, this policy is in place to cover our administrative overhead so we can continue to provide our students with the best educational experience.
Once you have enrolled and we have set up your schedule, you will be sent an email detailing the costs due to Midwest College Prep. All lessons must be paid for before we begin. The materials fees will be added at the beginning of each testing cycle i.e. September, October, December, February, April, June, etc.
Question about scheduling, payments and general questions –
email: keithmitchell@midwestcollegeprep.com

PACKAGES EACH TESTING CYCLE:

All sessions must be prepaid in full at the time of enrollment.
Packages will be suited to fit each individual student’s learning needs for each testing cycle and will hold their spot for that exam.
Testing cycles are as follows: February, April, June, September,October, and December.

2017 PRICING
All lessons must be prepaid before services are rendered.

Cash/Check Credit Cards
Single One-on-One Lesson 80.00 each 85.00 each
Small Group (2-3) 55.00 each 60.00 each
Materials Fee due at first session $40.00 $40.00
Online Tutoring $80.00 $85.00
Consultation $100.00 per hour $100.00 per hour

All lessons must be prepaid before services are rendered.

A $25.00 late fee will be added to any invoices not paid in full at beginning of testing cycle:
February, April, June, September, October, December.
There is a one-time $40 registration fee, and we offer an optional assessment, which is $100.
If you decide to start a tutoring program following an assessment, the registration fee will be discounted to $25.00.

Editing services are available to Midwest College prep students for a charge of $60/hour online and $80/hour in person.
Our editing services are meant to help students start their essays by finding a focused, compelling topic; assisting students with structuring, composing, revising and polishing writing assignments.
Our paper editing policy: At Midwest College Prep we uphold a high standard of academic integrity that we instill to each of our students. Because we value these pillars of academic success we are unable to write student work. Our teachers will help improve our students’ writing skills by guiding them through the writing process, providing answers to grammatical questions, and being an audience for students to read their papers aloud.
Our editing services are meant to help students start their essays by finding a focused, compelling topic; assisting students with structuring, composing, revising and polishing writing assignments.

Entrance exam preparation
ACT, PSAT, SAT, COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, GED, LSAT, MCAT, GRE
College essay writing (entrance and general)
Scholarship applications
1st – College – ALL Subjects Areas!
ACT and SAT Test Dates for 2017

Date of Test   Register By    Scores Web Mail
Jan. 21, 2017 SAT & SAT Subject (1/10 with late fee) Feb. 9 Feb. 18
Feb. 11 ACT Jan. 13
(1/20 with late fee)
Feb. 27 Mar. 4
Mar. 11 SAT only Feb. 10
(2/28 with late fee)
Mar. 30 Apr. 8
Apr. 8  ACT Mar. 3 
(3/17 with late fee)
Apr. 24 Apr. 29
May 6  SAT & SAT Subject Apr. 7 
(4/25 with late fee)
May 25 Apr. 3
June 3 SAT & SAT Subject May 9 
(5/24 with late fee)
June 22 July 1
June 10 ACT May 5
(5/19 with late fee)
June 26 July 1
Aug. 26* SAT & SAT Subject July 26
(8/16 with late fee)
Sep. 14 Sep. 23
Sep. 9, 2017 ACT Aug. 4 
(8/18 with late fee)
Sep. 25 Sep. 30
Oct. 7* SAT & SAT Subject Sep. 7
(9/27 with late fee)
Oct. 26 Nov. 4
Oct. 28 ACT Sep. 15
(9/29 with late fee)
Nov. 6 Nov. 11
Nov. 4* SAT & SAT Subject Oct. 6 
(10/24 with late fee)
Nov. 21 Dec. 2
Dec. 9* SAT & SAT Subject Nov. 2 
(11/20 with late fee)
Dec. 21 Dec. 30
Dec. 9 ACT Nov. 3
(11/17 with late fee)
Dec. 25 Dec. 30

SPECIALIZING IN:

Mathematics:  Pre Algebra, Algebra I and II, Geometry.
Writing:  Essay writing, Research papers, AP English Language and Composition.
History:  World, AP World, AP United States, American, European, AP Geography, 
AP Government and Politics, AP Microeconomics, and AP Macroeconomics.
Science: General, Biology, AP Biology, Botany.
Sociology:  General and AP Sociology
Psychology:  General and AP Psychology.
Computers:  Microsoft, Microsoft Power Point.
General Music:  Note reading, writing, and AP Music Theory.
Spanish: Speaking, writing Spanish, and AP Spanish.
Advanced Placement:

How can I get my ACT score higher?

Obviously, the more intensive time spent on the material, the better the student will understand the exam and gradually gain familiarity with the structure of the test.
As with any goal that is worth achieving – Practice makes Perfect!!
0-1 ACT Composite Point Improvement: 10 hours
1-2 ACT Point Improvement: 20 hours
2-4 ACT Point Improvement: 40 hours
4-6 ACT Point Improvement: 80 hours
6-9 ACT Point Improvement: 150 hours+

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