Tutor recruitment is important. Tutor Retention is critical.         There is a unique and profound stress that comes from hearing one’s tutor has missed an assignment (tutor no show). Worse still:   the assignment was missed and the tutor has become unresponsive.  What essentially follows is a conversation with the parents during […]

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Test Prep & Tutoring ProfessionalsApril 2015 Industry Update      Industry update     ABA approves LSAT optional threshold for law schools New MCAT update Recap of SAT, PSAT, ACT updates The LSAT Perhaps in response to the dwindling number of Law School applications, several Law Schools have moved to make the LSAT optional for admissions.   The ABA has ruled that Law […]

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Test Prep & Tutoring ProfessionalsMarch 2015 Newsletter Updates on the rSAT, rPSAT, and the ACT          In late February, the College Board announced some new information about the Redesigned SAT (rSAT)as well as the Redesigned PSAT.  (rPSAT).  With thanks to  the folks at Compass Education Group, this is what we understand to be the latest: 1.  Rather than four practice tests, the […]

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ACT, SAT, Redesigned SAT?            There is likely to be a spate (yes a spate) of calls to your office with questions about which test (ACT, SAT, Redesigned SAT) is recommended for the class of 2016.  This class could theoretically take the current SAT in 2015 and then the Redesigned SAT in Spring of 2016. […]

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Black Friday and Beyond:  Strategic Positioning for Test Prep & Tutoring in Late November  Adding Grad Programs: GRE/GMAT/LSAT/MCAT  December SAT/ACT marketing strategy  Growing your tutoring business in the first year  Big Box Test Prep Strategy for the Price of a Good Tutor  Call 617-285-4036 Email not displaying correctly?View it in your browser. November  2014 BlogPreparing […]

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