Study like a champion.
Test Prep Champions

About


WELCOME EVERYONE!


If you're looking to improve your grades or test scores (even if you've never done well in school before)... then you're in the right place!

Regardless of where you're at right now on your journey to academic success, I can't wait to help you get to wherever you want to go faster!

My mission is to help students at all levels (high school, college, and adult education) develop their test taking and study skills to achieve the results they deserve, driven by research-based principles of providing maximum service. 

This is done mainly through an archive of articles, videos, and products!

I believe in equality, and treating others with respect, integrity, and honesty.

Who's Website Is This? 

Hi, my name is Parker Smith. I'm the one in the photo with the red hair. With me here is my girlfriend, and also my grandmother. I'm the type of person who tries to spend as much time as I can with those close to me! 

I'm a University of Pittsburgh grad, where I majored in history and philosophy of science, and minored in chemistry. 


I began tutoring and mentoring students back in 2011. Since then I've worked with both university and high school students in many different subjects including algebra, geometry, chemistry, physics, biology, reading, writing, and more.





Over the years I've seen countless students exceed their own expectations academically, and it's truly an amazing feeling to know that I've played a role in helping them achieve their dreams. 

I decided to take everything I've learned from first hand experiences, attending conferences and trainings, and also years of meticulous research into how we learn, and launched what is now Test Prep Champions back in November, 2016! 

In addition to running Test Prep Champions, I like to play guitar, and read good books in my spare time. An interesting fact about me is that I was a national medal winner in the Scholastic Art and Writing contest for a short story I entered in the humor category. I received this honor at Carnegie Hall in New York City over the summer of 2007.










Thank you so much for visiting!