Posts tagged Real SAT tests
Setting Goals for Winter Break Test Prep

Whether you are a kid or an adult, there’s a certain excitement that starts to churn as December nears its end and the prospect of some well-deserved time off comes closer. That said, there is so much preparation and excitement baked into a long winter break away from school and work.

However, lost in all the shuffle is the reality that successful test prep can’t take time off. Growth requires sustained effort and attention - especially when it comes to the SATs and ACTs.

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Free Resource for Tutors: SAT Proctor Instructions

To make sure you've got everything you need to initiate that conversation, we're making available this new resource for tutors. The Ebook, How to Generate & Convert Leads by Hosting Free Practice SAT Tests, contains valuable insights to help you finish strong in 2016 and get off to a great start in 2017!

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How Much Test Prep Homework Is TOO MUCH Test Prep Homework?

My first day shadowing a guru tutor, I learned his secret, "the more homework, the better." At the time, I assumed he knew what he was talking about. He did not. Intuitively, a "more is better" homework policy seems to be best practice. But is that actually true? 

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The Dos and Don'ts of Tutoring with SAT Tests — Part Two — The Don'ts

This week, we'll be taking a look at the Don'ts. And yes, you could call these the "worst practices" of tutoring with SAT Tests. Sadly, these practices are fairly common in the industry today. As you read this post, you may even find that you've made one or more of these mistakes.  

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The Dos and Don'ts of Tutoring with Real SAT tests — Part One — The Dos

Practicing with real SAT tests is an essential part of any effective test prep curriculum. Even so, there are many ways to misuse real SAT tests that will diminish the effectiveness of your tutoring and/or get you in trouble. With that in mind, we've put together this List of Dos and Don'ts to help you and your tutors get the most out of real SAT tests. We'll begin with the List of Dos.

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