Posts tagged score improvement
Dear ACT, Thanks for Running up My Phone Bill.

I spend a good part of my day on the phone. Most of that time is spent helping SAT and ACT prep tutors to get the most out of our 100% custom branded test prep system. Naturally, I spend a lot of time answering questions. But lately, I've been getting the same question over and over. What's going on with the essay scoring on new ACT score reports? 

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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 SAT Drought Is Over! Practice Tests #5 and #6 Now Available for Download

Out here in California, we live in a near constant drought. Even so, we're always optimistic. It seems everybody has heard from somebody that it's going to be a wet winter. Major El Nino. Huge snow pack. 50-year storm. Great skiing. Most of the time it's just wishful thinking, but once in a while it does actually rain. And when it rains, it pours. 

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The Best Answer to "What's Your Average SAT Score Improvement?"

These days, parents have been exposed to so much marketing language from test prep giants that they have come to believe a few things about the industry that are simply not true. Namely, parents tend to believe some pretty outlandish claims about average score improvement.

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