Test Prep Professionals Giving Back

Independent Tutors and Test Prep Professionals can participate in one of several TPAPT programs to help under-served students reach their educational goals.

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TPAPT 2020 Conference Web Recordings

The TPAPT conference is set up much like a business-offsite and is designed to maximize content yield; we strive to generate practical take-aways that one can implement in the weeks and months following the conference.

Our official agenda is generated surveying over 10,000 test prep & tutoring professionals and this year is no different.  Take the 2019 Survey.

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What Do The PSAT Results Mean?

(Ivy Education) By Nicole Oringer — Fall PSAT results have become available online for high school students and parents. This year, we anticipate that junior students’ percentile rankings will be lower than last year’s. Why? This year, the College Board can compare student performance with actual performance from the last year.  In 2015, the College Board […]

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Need Experience? Check Out Our Tutor Development Program!

There is no substitute for experience when it comes to effective tutoring. Although plenty of us have  have tutored family members, friends that experience only partially equates to a professional tutoring student contact hour. Professional tutoring includes not only the ability to help someone with homework, it includes demonstrable subject mastery, pre-planned lessons, and a […]

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