a measure of your intelligence
a good predictor of college success
the test that will determine the rest of your life
WHAT THE SAT
WITH IGNITE, YOU'LL
understand your SAT strengths & weaknesses
laser-target your prep and strategies
use your prep time to sharpen real skills
AND WHAT YOU CAN
Anjana attended Anna University,India on full academic scholarship after graduating as valedictorian from her high school. After a year in IT, she realized her passion was teaching. Anjana worked as an Assistant Professor of Computer Science for two years before moving to Seattle, where she began as a long term substitute teacher for kids with special needs at Seattle School District. She went on to teach CTE SNAP Programming for the WANIC program at Issaquah School District, and taught Scratch,Python and Java coding in after school programs. Anjana has to close to 5 years of experience working as STEM instructor at different community colleges, schools and universities at Seattle and Eastside. While not at work, Anjana enjoys spending time with family, surfing the web, swimming, listening to music, and dancing.
Ignite Founder and National Merit Semi-Finalist Robert McKay enjoys acing standardized tests and helping students do the same--without ever taking the tests too seriously. Despite claiming to measure "scholastic aptitude," the SAT doesn't correlate very well with success in college, so Robert sees it more as an intellectual game and also strives to maximize the real-world skill-building potential of prep. Scoring perfect 800s on the Reading and Writing sections, Robert went on to graduate cum laude from Middlebury Collage, did his MEd coursework at Antioch University, and is working on certification in ELL and secondary social studies. He likes cats, tropical houseplants, value investing, and reading the Financial Times (in print).