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Test Prep Schools in Chicago, IL

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Kaplan International

in Near North Side
149 New Montgomery St Ste 101, San Francisco, California 94105

With over 75 years of experience, Kaplan is trusted by students learning English at one of our 41 Kaplan International schools located in eight countries around the world. Education is our passion, and we take great pride in ensuring our students have all the opportunities and tools to succeed. Our philosophy is not a simple focus on classrooms and...

Forte Knowledge

in West Loop
333 W Upper Wacker Drive L050 Lobby, Chicago, Illinois 60606

Forte Knowledge recognizes the importance of updating your skill set in order to keep up with today’s job market. Our programs cater to the working professional: beginner to advanced, weeknight to weekend, we help you strengthen your IT career. In a matter of a few months, we transform skilled individuals into advanced IT professionals. By supplementing...

Manhattan Elite Prep

in The Loop

Manhattan Elite Prep is a multi-national test prep, admissions and career training provider. It is your one-stop, full-service authority towards garnering acceptance into your dream schools!  We focus on Grad School Admissions, College Admissions, MBA Admissions, Law School Admissions, GMAT, GRE, LSAT, SAT, TOEFL, MCAT, Career Training, Computer...

Forefront

in The Loop
610 S Michigan Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60605

Forefront is the nation’s only statewide membership association for nonprofits, grantmakers, public agencies, advisors, and our allies. We provide education, advocacy, thought leadership, and facilitate collective action around issues that are important to our Members and to the sector.

ACT* Prep Chicago

in Auburn Gresham
7901 S Racine Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60620

A couple of educators, who were performing one-on-one tutoring to help students in their school subject areas, found that many of their clients lacked fundamental strategies and skills required for success on the ACT. Many of these students had no ACT prep at all or had insufficient training from teachers with no training in ACT preparation. Deciding...

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