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Monthly Marketing Plan

February 2017 | Tutoring & Admissions Marketing Strategy

(Test Prep Professionals) By Kevin Organisciak -- By February, test preparation begins for the early spring SAT & ACT test takers. The March 11th SAT and the April 8th ACT to be exact. Either test can  be the first step in the test prep process  for Juniors and hard-driving Sophomores.   Most schools recommend that Juniors take the test for the first time in spring with an…
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Inside the SAT Goldmine

(PYMNTS) -- Most people will never once think about their SAT score once they’ve submitted it to the college of their choice. But for a brief but highly meaningful amount of time, most budding American college students (and their parents) stress big time about taking the SAT tests. It’s a very, very big deal since it is more or less the standardized test that will determine where that kid will go…
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College Admissions Narrative

College planning now may mean less stress for seniors come fall.

(PBS Newshour) By Shondra Carpenter-- Editor’s Note: As summer gets underway, rising seniors may want to think about getting a jump start on college planning. School counselors like Shondra Carpenter say for students interested in going to college, understanding a few of the changes in the application process, including the new FAFSA and portfolio-based Coalition Application, may be useful. Carpenter has been a high school…
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SAT, ACT & High School News

Khan Academy, College Board create an SAT practice program but impact unclear

(EdSurge) By Larry Gordon. Ten students, most of them 11th-graders striving to become the first in their families to attend college, gathered recently for an after-school program at the Boys and Girls Club in San Pedro. The attraction: a new online practice programfrom the Khan Academy for upcoming SAT exams, a tool that could boost their scores and enhance their chances of gaining college admission. Not…
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