ONLINE ACT & SAT PREP PROGRAM from Method test prep

The beauty of the self paced program is that you can build the work around your schedule. There is a total of 25 hours of preparation (each for ACT and SAT) that can be spread out over 2 days, 2 months, 6 months or even a year. Take your PSAT in the fall, your SAT/ACT in the spring and you still have time to prep for a second SAT/ACT in the following fall if you choose to take it again.

  • Work around your schedule - Easy to manage 15 minute segments

  • Improve your score - Proven to help students increase their scores

  • Crafted by experts - They understand that all students learn differently

  • Four full length practice tests

  • Over 100 detailed lessons

  • Over 4,000 questions with text and video explanations

  • Optimized for smartphone and tablet access

  • Concise guides to help you study for the test

  • Audio, Video and Written Explanations

  • On Demand Quizzes: Personalized quizzes based on which concepts are giving you trouble

  • Vocabulary Builder: Every student needs to improve their vocabulary. Learn over 300 college-level words with this tool

  • Additional videos such as "The 5 biggest mistakes students make on the SAT and ACT

FInancial aid filing

Do you have a family asking you to help file their financial aid forms? At 360 Planner, we will file with the family for you. Once you purchase this package, we will send you a form to complete so we can contact your family and add your logo to our documents. We will do the rest!  

  • FAFSA Filing for one year (up to 20 schools)

  • CSS Profile filing for one year (CSS Profile fees are not included)

  • Support in completing all verification form requests


This package is for families that will most likely qualify for financial aid, and want to make sure they receive the best possible package. Package includes:

  • Calculation of EFC (based on FAFSA and CSS Profile)

  • List of schools that match each family’s financial profile based on criteria provided by college planner (given to the college planner)

  • Financial aid book with plans and strategies specific for each family (includes a parent meeting to review strategies and plan)

  • FAFSA filing for one year (up to 20 schools)

  • CSS Profile filing for one year

  • Family meeting with Financial Aid Specialist to review award letters and discuss which schools are financially advantageous (via webinar)

  • Assistance with IDOC forms

  • Assistance with verification forms and appeals (when applicable)