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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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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Nearly 40,000 people applied to Harvard this year — experts say it’s harder than ever to get into elite schools

(Business Insider) By Abby Jackson —  Harvard College received 39,494 applications for the Class of 2021.  That’s the most applications in the history of the school. The ever-increasing number of applicants at elite schools elicits the question of whether it’s more difficult to get into elite schools today than ever before. Former Ivy League admissions directors have […]

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ACT – Free OpenEd Resources to ACT Question of the Day

IOWA CITY, Iowa—Students who answer the free, online ACT Question of the Day will now be given access to complimentary resources designed to help them improve their academic skills in the covered topic area. The enhanced ACT Question of the Day, which is accessed through the ACT Profile service, will allow students to improve their […]

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Competency-based education programs are set to skyrocket

(eCampus News) By Laura Devaney —  The number of students enrolled in competency-based education programs is expected to reach more than 500,000 by 2020–meaning it will have more than doubled from the roughly 200,500 enrollments in 2015. By 2020, students age 25 and older will account for approximately 44 percent of the tertiary education student […]

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