Backed by our Score Improvement Guarantee and 100% Tutor Satisfaction Guarantee.
+20% Average Improvement
100+ students accepted to their #1 school choice
Why choose LA Tutors 123?
Connect with one of our seasoned HSPT prep experts who can help your student learn the techniques and find the confidence to master the HSPT.
Study smarter, not harder.
Complete our short or full-length HSPT diagnostic test to gauge your strengths and weaknesses, and we’ll create an adaptable learning plan customized specifically for you. Simple. And somewhat magical.
HAND-PICKED, PROFESSIONAL HSPT TUTORS
Because every student is unique in how they learn, we hand pick one of our HSPT experts based on location, personality and availability. Our HSPT tutors have helped hundreds of students get into their dream schools.
Enjoy peace of mind knowing we stand behind our service. We guarantee you and your student will be 100% satisfied with your experience and the results achieved.
Top HSPT Experts Delivering Top Scores
How do you know you’ll get a great tutor or instructor? Well, we only choose to work with the absolute best, which starts with an intensive vetting process (interviews, background checks, simulated tutoring sessions). Then we hand pick the right tutor based on location, specific needs and personality.
Our Students Excel at These Fine Schools
1. How many sections does the HSPT have? 5
- Verbal Skills
- Quantitative Skills
2. What is the difference between the HSPT, ISEE, and SSAT?
The HSPT is the entrance exam most commonly used by Catholic schools in Los Angeles such as Loyola and Notre Dame, whereas the ISEE and SSAT are typically used for independent (private) schools like Harvard-Westlake. For more information, check out our HSPT vs. ISEE vs. SSAT blog post.
3. Where/when should my child take the HSPT?
There is no official testing site for the HSPT. Each school administers the HSPT as a part of their application process, so you should check with the schools to which you’re applying to find out when they will be administering the test. You should typically try to take the test at your first-choice school.
4. Can I take the HSPT more than once?
Yes, you may take the HSPT more than once, but according to the creators of the HSPT, if you take the test more than once, your lower score will be used.
5. When should my child start studying for the HSPT?
While some students pick up on test-taking strategies more quickly than others, you should plan on a couple months of prep time to adequately review the test format and question types covered on the test. If you know that standardized tests are a weakness, you may want to dedicate 3-4 months of preparation.
6. Where do I find HSPT practice tests?
LA Tutors offers free diagnostic and full length tests starting in the fall. You can sign up for the diagnostic here: Diagnostic HSPT Registration. Full length proctored exams are exclusively for LA Tutors clients. You can also take practice tests at home with our free proctored videos, where a recorded proctor will time your sections, announce remaining time, and coordinate breaks: Proctored HSPT Practice Test Videos
Personalized Game Plan
Below is an example of four individualized curricula we offer for HSPT test preparation.
2-5 Weeks Prep Time
Ideal for students who want an HSPT crash course in test-prep strategy, would like to focus on one section of the HSPT, are looking to make short-term gains, or have limited time.
5-10 Weeks Prep Time
Ideal for students close to their target score who want basic help on the HSPT essentials, or extensive tutoring on one to two sections.
2-4 Months Prep Time
Ideal for students who want a comprehensive review of the entire HSPT test, including test-taking strategies, and are looking for a significant score increase.
3-5 Months Prep Time
Ideal for students who want extensive help with the entire HSPT test, including test-taking strategies, all academic content, and are looking to maximize their score increase.