Our Approach

We understand standardized testing can be intimidating if you don't know what you're up against. That's why our instructors take a practical approach to standardized testing.

Live-Online Instruction

Through high-impact instructional techniques, learn how to beat the test by focusing on strategy and not wasting your time with useless exercises.

Expert Instructors

All instructors are thoroughly trained not only in general test-taking and instruction, but also are high-scoring experts in the particular tests they teach.

One-on-One Feedback

We demystify the test through a combination of technique training, error analysis, and feedback, delivered by an approachable and available instructor.

Test Prep Courses

Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is taken by those who are interested in pursuing a graduate program outside of business and management. Specific graduate programs requiring the GRE include education, the humanities, some sciences, or the arts. GRE Prep workshops are an affordable option to help you prepare for the exam.

Law School Admissions Test (LSAT)

The Law School Admission Test® (LSAT®) is a half–day standardized test required for admission to law schools that are members of the Law School Admissions Council (LSAC). The language of the questions is made deliberately subtle, confusing, and difficult to fully grasp.

Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)

The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is a standardized test designed to measure basic critical reading, math and writing skills. It is also one of the more popular forms of measurement at major colleges and universities when making freshman acceptance decisions.

Discounts and Rebates



Registered participants are eligible to receive a 15% discount if they fall within one of these categories:

  • Current UTSA students
  • UTSA staff/faculty
  • Active members of the UTSA Alumni Association
  • Active-Duty Military and their immediate families
  • Veterans and their immediate families


Registered participants are eligible to receive a $50 rebate post-workshop if the following items are provided within three months of completing the workshop:

  • Pre-diagnostic AND post-diagnostic tests results (make-up dates may be arranged with your workshop instructor)

  • Submission of a copy of the OFFICIAL test score results by email to pace@utsa.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

All workshop registrations for Test Preparation Workshops are handled online. There is a "Register Now" link on every test information page that takes you to a fillable field that collects your contact and payment information in a secured environment. If you experience any errors or complications during the process, please call us directly at 458-2411 so that we can assist you in registration, verify your enrollment, and more.

Due to the nature of our hard-working and dedicated participants, this happens often. You will need simply need to contact your instructor so that they can fill you on what you will be missing, what homework you should review in your absence, and more. It is up to you to keep up with the workshop and any readings and/or assignments. You will find the instructor contact information on the workshop description pages.

You can arrange to take it on your own by contacting your instructor before workshop. The pre-diagnostic and post-diagnostics can also be taken off campus. Please call our offices so that we may put you in contact with your instructor, keeping you on track.

During the registration process you are able to select an option for discount. You will be required to provide proof of your status on the first day of workshop when you check in to receive your text and workbooks. This usually takes the form of a photo ID. To select the discount, look for the appropriate box during your registration process online. This discount is available for:

  • Current UTSA students
  • UTSA staff/faculty
  • Active members of the UTSA Alumni Association
  • Active-Duty Military and their immediate families
  • Veterans and their immediate families

You must have taken the pre-diagnostic test, the post-diagnostic test, and official test. Once you get your official test scores, email us a copy (or screens-hot) of your official test score to pace@utsa.edu. Once we confirm your pre/post diagnostics scores, we will issue you a refund.