SoFlo SAT Tutoring has created a scholarship fund to offer free and reduced cost SAT tutoring to those in need.
In response to college admissions scandal, SoFlo SAT Tutoring awards scholarships to high achieving students who otherwise may not have access to exceptional SAT Prep or ACT Prep. The scholarship will consist of 10 hours of private SAT tutoring that will help them raise their SAT scores, prepare their college application, and help with financial aid paperwork.
SoFlo SAT Tutoring is a premier SAT/ACT Tutoring Service. Our personalized method has led to an average SAT increases of 150 points.
Our founder Adam Shlomi is a Georgetown University and Cooper City High School Alum, scored an 800 on SAT Reading and a 770 on SAT Math, and previously worked at College Experts, a college prep pioneer in South Florida.
Students will apply here and winners will be notified at the end of each month, so there is no application deadline.
SoFlo is looking to help a diverse group of students and thus we encourage all students to apply regardless of GPA, past SAT scores, or financial need. The application consists of basic contact information, current academic standing, and an optional short response portion.
The SoFlo SAT Scholarship is a $1000 value. Winners will receive 5 weeks of SAT tutoring. Our competitors charge between $800 and $1500 for similar packages. We also hope to offer Financial Aid and College Essay Consulting to these students, so we can build off their SAT success and help them receive admission and financial aid to the school of their dreams.
As a Georgetown University alum, our founder Adam Shlomi was especially disturbed by the college admissions scandal, but as a business owner and an expert SAT tutor, Adam is in position to make a difference.
Adam used to work at College Experts, which offered half scholarships to excellent high achieving students. This SoFlo SAT scholarship program builds on that tradition. Through this scholarship, we hope to make a small impact and introduce more equality into the college prep process.