We offer 1:1 tutoring, small groups, and larger classes.
No. The data is clear that not submitting a test score is not held against a student. However, submitting a strong test score does add value to an application.
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Both. Our in-person office is located at 800 Westchester Avenue, Rye Brook, NY, Suite 641-N. We also provide remote tutoring through Google Meet, utilizing the Google suite of apps and notability to enhance the virtual experience.
You would if you were to superscore (take the best sections of individual exams to compile the best composite score). Otherwise, only a very small number of schools require this.
Virtual school during COVID-19 does not compare to virtual tutoring sessions—these are completely different experiences. While all students of course have different needs, students typically do very well with virtual tutoring sessions, regardless of their online experience during the height of the pandemic in the Spring of 2020.
Very likely. Educational trends do shift, but they typically take a very long time to do so.
Colleges do not have a preference—schools look at the two tests as equivalent. The ACT and College Board publish concordance tables to correlate the test scores.
Yes. We specialize in practical Executive Functioning through academics. This applies to organization, studying, test-taking, standardized testing, and the entire college application process.
Yes. But also no.
Yes: Schools that are test-optional DO NOT require you to send an ACT or SAT score.
No: Percentages of incoming freshmen classes that do or do not send ACT or SAT scores significantly differ from school to school.
Bottom Line: All test-optional schools are test-optional, but some are more test-optional than others.
Yes, they are on your transcript.
Yes. You decide what test scores, if any, to send to individual schools. For example, you might submit an ACT score to one school but not another. You can choose which AP scores, if any, to send as well.
Not necessarily. While the format, timing, and structure of the SAT are changing, the changes are not necessarily negative.
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Not really, unless one sticks out as a negative outlier.