Summer Test Prep & Admissions Business Strategy

(Pulse) By Kevin Organisciak– In terms of summer planning, it’s not too late to feature services which resonate with parents.   It is, however, important to decide on your offerings and place them in your operations calendar, on your website, and to announce through: current students, email, Facebook and all social outlets ( If it’s worth doing, it’s […]

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Archive: The New SAT One Year Later

(Education World) By Navinda Persaud. Saturday, March 11 will mark the one year anniversary of the redesigned SAT. So, how has the test fared one year later? Are the results what we all expected or is there still work to be done? “Students prefer the new SAT by a 7 to 1 margin, saying it’s “easier,” “more straightforward,” and “way […]

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Archive: Turf battle developing over who can test California’s 11th-graders

(Edsource) By John Fensterwald. California is quickly becoming a national battleground over the franchise for testing high school juniors. The College Board, producer of the SAT college admissions test, wants in, while state officials, defenders of the state’s current test provider, the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium, have a new strategy to keep the SAT and […]

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Early Decisions Up at Dartmouth

(The Dartmouth)  By Joyce Lee.   The College received a total of 20,021 applications for the Class of 2021, a 3.2 percent decrease from the 20,675 applications received for the class of 2020. In comparison, early-decisions applications saw a 3.7 percent increase over last year, comprising a record-large early-decision pool of 1,999, of which 555 […]

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