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How does it work?
Unlimited Prep gives you access to Kaplan classes and materials for PSAT, SAT®, and ACT®, any time.
With Kaplan’s Unlimited Prep, you can take and retake any of our PSAT, SAT, and ACT Prep courses through December of your senior year. This choice lets you prepare for multiple tests, to maximize your options when applying to college.
- Step 1
Choose the most complete prep available. Put Unlimited Prep in your cart and check out.
- Step 2
Log in to your online account. Access your resources and start selecting the PSAT, SAT and ACT courses you wish to attend. They're all included with Unlimited Prep.
- Step 3
Customize your prep further by accessing numerous live, scheduled channel sessions. Don't fret if you skip any, with every episode available on demand, you never have to miss a beat.
- Step 4
Breathe a sigh of relief. You already have an edge on the competition. You've got this and we'll be here every step of the way.
All the PSAT, SAT, ACT instruction you need, in person and online.
PSAT Prep Course
A high score on the PSAT can help you win a merit scholarship or give you early practice for the SAT. Get live instruction, online resources, test-taking strategies, and more.
SAT Prep Course
Learn the essential strategies for acing the SAT in our popular classroom environment, in person or online. Plus tune into the SAT Channel for extra instruction on the topics you need to review.
ACT Prep Course
Maximize your math, reading, writing, and science skills to conquer the ACT, in person or online. You also get access to the ACT Channel for extra help from our team of online teachers.
THE KAPLAN METHOD
Tackle the PSAT, SAT, and ACT like a pro
It’s not just about knowing what’s on the test; it’s about knowing how to take the test. Our expert instructors will help you identify and excel at the question types most common on all three exams, and they’ll share the proven strategies that will help you tackle the PSAT, SAT, and ACT like a pro.
Kaplan’s proven strategies help you manage the exam effectively. You will gain confidence in knowing what to expect on the exam and knowing how to tackle questions quickly and accurately.
The ACT, SAT, or PSAT is all about pacing. Our instructors will teach you how to stay ahead of the clock – without getting careless. There’s no penalty for wrong answers on any of the pre-college exams; you'll learn when to spend time on a question and when to guess and move on.
The only way to improve is to practice. With guided study plans, thousands of practice questions and full-length simulated exams, you will be fully prepared to achieve your target score on test day.
Meet the Prep Squad
We know that amazing teaching is about more than knowing the material. Our teachers are committed, captivating instructors who work with students to find their best path to success.
Get to know some of our instructors.
Only the best
Fewer than 1 out of 10 candidates qualify to teach for us, and every one of our teachers scored above the 90th percentile on the tests they teach. That makes Kaplan more selective than many top universities.
And every Kaplan teacher is rated on how caring they are with students. It’s how we ensure our students aren’t just getting an information download – they’re making a connection.
Greg is a graduate of the University of Michigan. In his eight years at Kaplan, he has been helping students gain admission to their target schools—from local universities to the top of the Ivy League.
"I am a two-time, JV-league champ in wrestling."
"I have run one half-marathon and over 100 5K races."
"I have a lifelong love of standardized tests. I scored in the 93rd percentile or higher on every test I have attempted, including the SAT, PSAT, ACT, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT."
Heather attended Indiana University, where she studied education. She loves to help students avoid those tempting wrong-answer choices on the SAT. When she's not teaching, she is spending time with her three children.
"I love memes. If I could speak in memes. I would. :)
I also love tacos ... who doesn't?"
"I often wear mismatched socks, because life is too short to spend it looking for the sock that disappeared in the dryer."
"I am a huge night owl, and I love iced coffee."
Nzinga's favorite sections of the exam to teach are Reading and Math. Students describe her teaching style as lively, engaging, and easy to follow. She graduated from Howard University with a BS in biology and is currently researching novel cancer therapies as she works towards her PhD in pharmacology at Florida A&M University.
"I love gardening! I've grown bell peppers, tomatoes, basil, habaneros, cantaloupe, watermelon, okra, mustard greens, collard greens, onions, and swiss chard—to name a few."
"As a kid, I learned how to read hieroglyphics."
"My hair is as long as I am tall! I've never cut it."
Arthur has taught for more than 11 years and is one of Kaplan’s elite SAT instructors. When he's not working with students, you can find him biking through the crowded streets of New York City.
"I can recite players' names from almost every Mets team of the past 30 years. The 1986 World Series was the first event I ever saw on television, so my loyalty runs deep."
"I won a school spelling bee in the fifth grade, and came in second in the seventh grade. I lost on the word 'plateau,' which I will never spell incorrectly again!"
Boris loves teaching complex problems and helping students overcome their Test Day fears. He brings his sense of humor to the classroom—as well as his love of strategy board games.
"In 1998, when I was in eighth grade, I tied for second place in the 54th annual Ohio Chess Congress and won $433.33."
"For three months, I worked full time writing captions for people with hearing loss."
"When you enter 'Typer Shark' into YouTube, the top video is mine. This is also true of 'Tradewinds 2' and 'Pathfinder Adventures'."
Stephanie is an alumna of NYU. She loves to help students identify patterns on the exams and break down reading passages using the same analytical approach. She has taught for Kaplan in Oman, Qatar, Australia, Mexico, and the U.S.
"There are only two scenarios that will get me to run voluntarily: being late for an appointment and fleeing from a bear—both of which I have done."
"I can identify countless species of wild flowers, fruits, and plants. My teenage dream was to be an ethnobotanist."
"I spent three months living in 'Tent Mahal'—the name I gave my tent during a summer hiking trip."
Breathe easy knowing that we believe in you. We are so confident in your success that if your score doesn't improve, we'll either give you your money back, or let you retake the class for free. For full eligibility requirements, visit kaptest.com/hsg.