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 […]

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Buying Co-op for tutors and educational service professionals

Test Prep Professionals has launched a Buying Co-op for boutique tutoring firms as well as independent admissions counselors.  We’re calling the co-op Tutocracy  (too-tah-cruh-see). Although we have a number of providers, we’re still in the nascent stages of development.  If you have a product or service that could benefit our membership, we’d be pleased to have a […]

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SAT Super-scoring Guide

We’ve added a couple of items from industry heavy-weights COMPASS and The Princeton Review. Available at -Compass 360: Guide to College Admissions Testing which does an admirable job of explaining how colleges and universities will be approaching the following: 1) ACT superscore, SAT superscore, and Score Choice policies 2) ACT and New SAT score ranges […]

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Common Core Exams Drive Demand for Tutors

(NY City Lens) By Krutika Pathi.     Months before the fourth grade Common Core exams, Caroline Fisher, who lives in Carroll Gardens, went online and found a tutor specially experienced in teaching the Common Core curriculum for middle school students. Her daughter, Ava Fisher, who is in the fourth grade, now spends 10 hours […]

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