He aced his SATs last year. And he’s sharing his notes.
Sean Cabaniss, a rising sophomore at the Northwestern University, a 2010 graduate of St. Thomas Episcopal and 10-year resident of Sienna, isn’t resting on his high school laurels.
After attaining a near-perfect score on the SAT exam (780 critical reading; 720 writing; 730 math), Mr. Cabaniss will be spending his first collegiate summer teaching Ivy League hopefuls how to succeed in testing and admissions processes.
The Sienna Plantation resident was selected to teach this summer with Revolution Prep, an innovative test prep company founded in 2002. Cabaniss will be the head instructor for Revolution’s Ivy Insiders classroom courses and tutoring programs, which boast bigger SAT score improvements than any other program on the market: Between 200 and 300 points, on average.
“I was recently in the same shoes as many of these high schools students, nervous about the SATs and the college application process. I feel I can provide a unique insight into the workings of the test and motivate students to raise their scores.” Said Cabaniss “I’m really excited to get to work helping students beat the SAT”.
He offers one-on-one tutoring as well as group classes, contact him at Sean_Cabaniss@ivyinsiders.com.