6 Questions + 6 Minutes a Day = Higher Achievement

Daily questions: 1 Reading, 2 Vocabulary, 2 Grammar, 1 Math.  These online daily quizzes  teach students how to cultivate close reading, engage in careful analysis, obtain grammar proficiency, and enhance mathematical literacy: these skills are necessary for success in school and on standardized tests. Research shows the optimal approach to learning foundational skills entails short, frequent practice coupled with immediate feedback.  For more information about the High School Daily Quiz  http://www.wilsonprep.com

Cost = $199 full year subscription

If interested, email laura@wilsonprep.com.


once per month class designed to improve 10th grade reading/grammar/writing skills and begin early SAT/ACT verbal preparation.  10 students per class. Limited to 100 students

Cost = $475 for 8 classes (October – May)


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Learn about our SAT/ACT Daily Prep Program.

 10 Minutes a Day = Higher Scores

Monday English • Tuesday Math • Wednesday Reading • Thursday Science • Friday Variety

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Research shows that daily practice promotes long-term learning and retention. In a traditional classroom, a grammar or math topic is taught and a worksheet is assigned. Sadly, most teachers are under time-constraints and do not have the luxury of reinforcing the skills taught within a topic: students take a unit exam and move on to the next topic. Thus, the reinforcement and extensive practice needed for mastery is lacking. This program – with its daily grammar, vocabulary, and reading practice – provides this needed reinforcement and creates mastery. Also, by reading daily short non-fiction (and some prose) passages, students become stronger readers, invaluable for college entrance exams and college readiness. The targeted reading questions – inference, main idea, tone, word-in-context – build cognitive thinking.

By providing daily, distributed learning, The High School Daily Quiz is an excellent resource for students, whether they are in a traditional classroom, an alternative learning environment, or are homeschooled.

The program can also be used with 8th grade students as a high school enrichment and readiness program.

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Consulting, Development, and Training

We work with school districts, training English and history teachers on how to incorporate non-fiction reading strategies within the curriculum and how to teach grammar via students’ writing. 

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The Guide to Grammar by Laura Wilson

A Student Handbook for Strong Writing

Now there’s a grammar handbook for middle and high school students to easily unlock the grammar rules. It is written in friendly language and with humor, so students will be sure to visit this handbook over and over again to brush up on general grammar rules and tips. This grammar handbook takes students step-by-step through the writing conventions, including parts of speech, tenses, modifiers, punctuation, parallelism, and much more. The Guide to Grammar is perfect for students and teachers and aligns with state standards. Twenty-seven practice worksheets are included.


Entice the Reader with Style

(Last Blog I wrote about Element #1: Sentence Variety) Element #2: Add Rhetorical or Thought-provoking Questions Adding a rhetorical question is a great way to add a “bang” to your introduction or body paragraphs and to push your essay to the next level.  The following essay response demonstrates how rhetorical questions can be used to… Read more »

SAT and ACT Preparation

Go to www.wilsonprep.com to learn about the WilsonDailyPrep SAT/ACT Online Daily Quizzes and WilsonPrep SAT/ACT courses and one-to-one tutoring.

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As an educator for over 30 years, Laura Wilson – High School English teacher, ELA consultant, curriculum designer, tutor, author*, and founder of WilsonPrep, a premier SAT/ACT test prep company – created the High School Daily Quiz because she saw first-hand that the only way to build comprehension and retention is through daily, deliberate practice**.

Laura won the Smart CEO/Brava Award in 2018 and has been featured in The New York Times, Family Circle, The Today Show, CBS Miami, The Journal News, News 11 and more…. In 2011, Laura founded Graph It Forward Today, a non-profit organization that donates graphing calculators and provides free test prep to students in need.

*Author of The Guide to Grammar, English in English, Write the SAT Essay Right, and 20 Literary Curriculum Guides that infuse grammar, vocabulary, reading and writing skills into the study of high school literary classics.

**Deliberate Practice (the cornerstone of the High School Daily Quiz): Refers to targeted practice that is purposeful and systematic. Deliberate Practice entails focus, application, and analysis. It is a highly engaging activity with the intended goal of improving performance.