Reflecting On The Varsity Blues Scandal

Reflecting On The Varsity Blues Scandal

I am an educator. By now we are all aware that some people have been accused of fraud, racketeering, and money laundering in return for their children’s college acceptances. The situation upsets me on several levels, but the core issue is the loss of opportunity for...

THE ISEE EXAM – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

What you need to know about the ISEE exam   What is the ISEE Test? The ISEE (Independent School Entrance Examination) is a standardized assessment developed by the Educational Records Bureau (ERB) and used for admissions to private/independent schools. The ISEE...

SSAT- What You Need to know

What You Need to know about the SSAT Test   What is the SSAT? The Secondary School Admissions Test (SSAT) is a standardized test used for admission to a private or independent school, including most boarding schools. The exam measures verbal, math, and reading...

SAT: What You Need to know about the SAT Test

What You Need to know about the SAT Test What is the SAT? The SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper assessment administered by the College Board that is used by many colleges/universities to make admission decisions. The purpose of the entrance exam is to measure...

The ACT – What You Need To Know

What You Need To Know About The ACT Test What is the ACT? The ACT is a multiple-choice, paper-and-pencil entrance exam used by many colleges and universities to measures college readiness in English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science (with an optional writing...

Test Prep For Students With ADHD

Different Does Not Mean Worse Students with ADHD tend to experience academics and testing quite differently than students without ADHD since the symptoms of ADHD often negatively impact learning and performance in traditional classroom settings. The existing body of...

SAT vs. ACT: Which test is right for you?

SAT vs ACT: Which test is right for you?   A crucial decision every student faces on their journey to college is whether they want to take the SAT, the ACT, or both. At first glance, the notable differences between the two tests appear to be in structure alone....