Chyten Summer 2014 Camps & Programs

Summer session from June 16th – August 24th

Summer 2014 logo Make the summer of 2014 a summer of opportunity and give your student a head start for the upcoming academic year. Chyten Pittsburgh offers many classes/workshops over the summer.



The schedule of courses, programs, and dates is now available. Small group classes have a set schedule. Our premier 1:1 private tutoring allows you to work at your own schedule and pace.


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Mar 10th, 2014 | Filed under Latest News

What Differentiates Chyten’s Small Group SAT/ACT Classes?

SAT Adv Small GpAs with anything else, you have many options available for test preparation. Making the right choice is a critical time and money decision. Your student deserves a serious fact-based consideration in picking the right training course.

 At Chyten, we are all about big numbers, particularly those on your SAT / ACT test scores. We deliver these by having the lowest number of students per class compared to any other test preparatory class in our region.

Our small group classes are limited to 9 students (and advanced classes to 6 students) thus ensuring the best tutor student ratio to deliver the best curriculum by experienced tutors. We are focused on understanding the needs of the students and developing class schedules that match the learning abilities of our students.

If you are looking for academic excellence and results, consider the following decision points: Read more…

Jan 6th, 2014 | Filed under Latest News

PSAT/NMSQT 2014 – What is it and how should you prepare?

PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is a standardized exam that opens doors for National Merit Scholarship programs.  We HIGHLY recommend all our 10th graders and 11th graders who are targeting NMQST to take this test. Every year many of Chyten students qualify for this high competitive scholarship program.

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Jan 4th, 2014 | Filed under Latest News

Does ACT Essay and SAT writing section matters?

Every college has a different policy on whether it considers the ACT Essay score and SAT Writing section as a component of its selection process.

When deciding whether you need to worry about the SAT /ACT Writing scores, you will need to verify the individual school’s score choice policy.  This information is typically available on the school’s website.  If not, call the admissions office.

The following is how scoring is done on the two tests: Read more…

Dec 15th, 2013 | Filed under Latest News

Getting Ready for AP Exams and SAT Subject Test

AP picOffered by the same organization that administers SAT, AP courses are a good way to develop college-level academic skills, impress College Admissions Counselors, and earn college credits. SAT Subject Tests are 1-hour long multiple choice tests in a particular subject.


SAT Subject Tests – Depending upon the subject, there may not be a lot of difference between readiness for the AP Test and the SAT Subject Test. However, taking an AP course is not a pre-requisite for taking an SAT Subject Test. Students who are taking honors-level courses can also take SAT Subject Tests and do well. SAT Subject Tests are offered on the dates regular SAT is offered, except for the March SAT.

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Dec 10th, 2013 | Filed under Latest News

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