Bronte D’Aquisto: After graduating from SDSU in 2012, Bronte accepted a job as an ACT/SAT instructor. She quickly realized the characteristics she always knew she had – the ability to be meticulous and thorough, a passion for problem solving and puzzles, an inherited drive to organize information – worked seamlessly together with every standardized test question she took on.
She is now entering her 7th year in the test-prep industry and has worked with students all over the globe helping them reach their SAT, ACT, and GRE goals. Along with teaching classes and providing one-on-one test prep, Bronte has a published course on Udemy and hopes this will be one of many to come.
Bronte has recently launched her very own test prep company, BD Prep! She is excited to continue to work with those preparing for the SAT, ACT, and GRE. Bronte believes the skills required in order to succeed on these exams are skills that can be used not only in academia but in the workplace.
You can connect with her by visiting her website, https://bdpreparation.com/
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