Posts tagged SAT Test
College Admissions Timeline For Test Prep Tutors and Students

Virginia here. I’m back with more college admissions info tutors need to know and be able to share with students and parents. This blog post kicks off our admissions calendar, focusing first on junior year: the most critical time period in the college admissions process

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FREE Ebook: A Tutor's Guide to Handling Price Objections

Nobody ever became test prep tutors because they loved sales. That's why we created this FREE resource for tutors. Because like it or not, you've got to sit down and sell test prep before you can sit down and tutor test prep.

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FREE Resource: Social Media "Cheat Sheet" for Tutors

We had fun putting together last week's Groundhog Day blog post. But now it's time to get serious about promoting your test prep services. That's why we've decided to share a valuable promotional resource for free.  At the bottom of this post, you can download your FREE copy of our social media scheduling system.

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Instantly Improve Your Tutoring Results — Part 1 — Energy

In the recent posts, we've focused primarily on test prep tutoring and curriculum for tutors. This week, we want to take a broader look at best practices for tutoring. Obviously, these tutoring tips can be utilized by test prep tutors, but they're equally relevant to tutors of any subject.

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Free Ebook: Seven Mistakes Tutoring Companies Make

Download your free copy of Seven Marketing Mistakes Tutoring Companies Make — and How to Avoid Them. It's loaded with insight and actionable steps to help you grow your tutoring company!

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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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What a Bank Robber Can Teach You About Test Prep

When infamous bank robber Willie Sutton was asked why he robbed banks, he famously replied, "Because that's where the money is."  In his 1976 book, Where the Money Was, Sutton denies having ever uttered those words. Whether he did or not, the terse response has gone down in history as Sutton's Law. Today, it's taught in virtually every medical school.

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