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Downers Grove North High School Student

"All of the teachers were excellent, energetic, knowledgeable and helpful. This class has provided me with the correct tools to do my best."

Downers Grove North High School student

Andrew High School Student

"The ACT 36 program provided a set strategy for taking the test. The instructors gave innovative methods for solving difficult problems. They helped me realize that the ACT is not as hard as it seems."

Andrew High School student

Geneva High School Student

"Any class can instill knowledge, but giving us confidence is what makes ExcelEdge stand out from the rest! Thanks."

Geneva High School student

Glenbard South High School Student

"I was pleased with the teachers and the program. The strategies taught to pick apart the PSAT were effective and made the PSAT/NMSQT far less complex. I really feel that I am prepared to tackle the National Merit Qualifying Exam."

Glenbard South student

Lincoln Way High School Student

"Your methods work, and your organization is flawless. Good job!"

Lincoln-Way East High School student

Oak Park River Forest High School Student

"This class was helpful to me because it gave me the two things that I needed: opportunities to practice both in and out of class and important strategies that will help me score higher on the ACT."

Oak Park and River Forest High School student



ExcelEdge, Inc. is the Midwest leader in standardized test preparation services, as 150,000 graduates of our programs prove. The corporation provides unparalleled preparation for the PSAT, ACT and SAT in partnership with high schools. ExcelEdge has developed proven strategies which work reliably to elicit correct responses that enhance test scores on high stakes college exams. Our ExcelEdge team of curricular experts monitors emerging changes to the PSAT, ACT and SAT and makes accurate modifications to our materials and instruction that have earned us our reputation since 1987.



PSAT registration will remain open until Monday, Aug. 15th. Classes begin the week of August 22.
After the 15th, late fees will apply. Some classes may be closed.
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