Spider Web Education


Please contact us at your nearest convenience via email or telephone for more details on Spider Web Education’s competitive pricing.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you tutor remotely or via Skype?

Absolutely! Spider Web Education works with students as far away as Japan and the United Kingdom and we are happy to explain the remote tutoring options. Some students actually find they prefer tutoring via Skype!

Which is a better test for my student, the SAT or the ACT?

We are happy to discuss this question with you in detail. For more information about the differences between the two tests, please consult the Resources page. If we start working together early enough (always the best bet to start SAT and ACT preparation early so as to maximize your options and knowledge!), Spider Web often suggests that students sit for both exams to determine which test is a better fit.

Aren’t major changes coming to the SAT Reasoning Test?

Yes, indeed! Beginning in January 2016, the SAT Reasoning Test will undergo several major changes. Find out more about those upcoming changes at our Resources page. Spider Web is happy to explain how those changes will affect the testing options of your college applicant.

Other questions?

Please contact us via email or phone and we will get back to you right away!


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