ACT, SAT Achievement Gap Continues to Grow While Cost of College Skyrockets

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Since the 1960s the disparity in ACT and SAT scores between affluent and disadvantaged students has grown by 40 percent while the average cost of tuition at a private university jumped to $130,000. The launch of provides students no-cost resources aimed at bridging the gap. Logo

There's nothing like it. I've had this vision for some time, but I had to wait for the technology to catch up.

In addition to extracurricular activities, grades and letters of recommendation, students’ scores on either the ACT or SAT are key in determining admission and scholarship awards with poor scores affecting the education and finances of students and their families for years to come. To bolster their chances for admission and scholarships, students have turned to test preparation guides, classes, independent study and private tutoring. Following success in his private tutoring business, creator Brian Stewart saw the need to develop an e-learning platform to bring a private tutor experience to anyone, anywhere, anytime at no cost to the user. features over 700 practice questions for the ACT, SAT and GED all with video explanations by Stewart in addition to more than 1100 flashcards. Stewart also seeks to bring some of the consultant experience to users through more than 1500 examples of real world, successful college essays and in excess of 100 blog articles on the college admissions process.

“There’s nothing like it. I’ve had this vision for some time, but I had to wait for the technology to catch up,” says Stewart of his website he hopes will be part of closing the ACT and SAT achievement gap. was created to provide free ACT, SAT and GED preparation through an easy to use e-learning platform. This site offers a range of practice questions, articles, flashcards and college essay examples for education minded consumers.


If you’d like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Brian Stewart, please email or call 614-353-4725.

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