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Do You Understand The Different Types of Tutoring?

Mar 20,2018 | Posted in Homework, Note Taking Techniques, Organization, Study Skills, Study Tips, Test Prep, Testing, Tutoring by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Is your child struggling in school? Is your child unmotivated to do homework? Are your child’s grades slipping? Does your child have a difficult time planning and getting started on tasks or projects? If you have answered YES to any … Read More

MidTerm Study Tips for Success

Jan 07,2018 | Posted in MidTerm Tests, Test Prep, Testing by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman
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Are you in the midst of midterm mania? If you answered yes, do not worry!  We put together 6 tips to make this time less stressful. Use them all or pick a few. Good luck and let us which study … Read More

How Much Do You Know About the ACT?

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Nov 17,2015 | Posted in ACT, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

As we prepare for the new redesigned SAT in the spring of 2016, many parents are inquiring for more information about the ACT. Our community is very SAT driven, however, the ACT is a great option for students. Here are some … Read More

I Am Taking The ACT, What Do I Need on Test Day?

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Nov 03,2015 | Posted in ACT, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

First and foremost being prepared is key to your success when taking the ACT exam. We put together a TO DO LIST for what is needed leading up to and including test day. Keep this list available so you are … Read More

What Is a Mock SAT and ACT Exam?

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Oct 27,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Mock SAT and ACT exams are practice tests. These mock tests are given under the same timed conditions that a “real” SAT or ACT exam are administered. Mock tests follow the same administration procedures and policies as the actual tests. … Read More

Practice Makes Perfect

Oct 23,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

You know the old saying, “Practice Makes Perfect.” When it comes to the SAT and ACT, “practice” means a chance of attaining a great score. Practice SAT and ACT tests are also known as “mock tests.” These mock tests have many … Read More

4 Tips on Studying Independently for the SAT and ACT

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Sep 28,2015 | Posted in ACT, SAT Prep, Test Prep by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

I plan on taking the SATs this fall and winter. I am considering studying on my own, do you have any tips on how to prepare for these tests on my own? Studying independently for the SAT and ACT exams is a … Read More

Current SAT vs Redesigned SAT

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May 12,2015 | Posted in SAT Prep, Test Prep, Testing by Yolanda Fontanez-Coleman

Will your child be taking the Redesigned SAT next Spring? College Board will be releasing a redesigned SAT in the Spring of 2016. Do you understand the differences between the current SAT and the Redesigned SAT? We have outlined the two … Read More

What is the High School Placement Test?

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May 06,2015 | Posted in Test Prep, Tutoring by Suzanne McKernan

  My student is in eighth grade and wants to apply to a private college preparatory high school. Which test is right for my student? What is the difference between the High School Placement Test (HSPT), the SSAT and the … Read More

Redesigned SAT: Eight Key Changes

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Nov 25,2014 | Posted in SAT Prep, Study Tips, Test Prep, Tutoring by Suzanne McKernan

  In March, the College Board announced a major overhaul of the SAT. Beginning in the Spring of 2016, the SAT will revert to its original 1600 point scale. What does this mean? How will it effect your student? Here’s … Read More



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