About The Author
SAT Instructor, Jean Burk
SAT Instructor, Jean Burk, is a homeschooling mother and creator of the revolutionary College Prep Genius curriculum which has helped thousands of high school students prepare for the SAT & PSAT/NMSQT. Her expertise has been featured on FOX as a news contributor, CBS, NBC, TXA21, and The Homeschool Channel. She also serves as a frequent contributor to newspapers, magazines, educational resources, and online publications. Jean currently travels across the United States and abroad teaching students how to improve their standardized test scores and speaking to parents about how to get college for FREE!
As a single income family, Jean Burk and her husband did not have the financial resources to send their children to college. When Jean discovered the SAT & PSAT were the keys to getting huge scholarships, she began to research the test to understand how to prepare her children for it. She discovered that these tests could be taught! They weren’t IQ tests, but rather critical thinking exams. After both her children received full scholarships, Jean began teaching these secrets to other homeschooling, public school, and private school students alike. Her program College Prep Genius is the culmination of more than a decade of research, classroom experience and SAT expertise and extends worldwide.
Invite Jean to Speak!
As a member of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine’s Speakers Bureau, the Arlington Alliance for Youth, the DFW Business Network and the BBB; Jean has performed as a keynote, featured, general and workshop speaker at numerous conventions, college nights, schools, libraries, book stores, and honor societies. Her speech topics vary depending on the group’s needs, and she specializes in how to get free college and how to ace standardized tests.
You can watch sample speeches, including “Free College Can Happen to You” and “How to Ace the SAT” on our Video Page.
If you would like to have Jean Burk speak before your group or organization, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-282-PREP (7737).