#1 Test Prep Review and Admissions Strategy

Tutoring and Test Prep Info.

Contact our Tutors
For a FREE Consultation

800.501.7737

email us

New Writer At Top Test Prep!

Top Test Prep is excited to welcome a new writer on board for our Test Prep and Admissions, “The Insider’s Guide to Admissions”… __________ Jon B. attended the Derryfield School. Among his activities, he taught at an after-school program, Summerbridge, and playing on the Varsity Lacrosse term. In college he went on to pursue history, […]

no comments

How to Choose the Best Extracurricular Activities During High School

In the college admissions process, test scores, grades, and academic records are steadfast pillars of measure. But students also have a few opportunities to come off of the paper and out of the numbers. Adding dimension to applications will create a more memorable applicant. While essays and interviews demonstrate writing talent and personality, extracurriculars (ECs) […]

no comments

Studere, Contendere, Vincere: Top 5 Reasons To Learn A Little Greek And Latin

  “Studere, contendere, vincere – studying, striving, conquering.” Learning a little Latin and Greek might seem like embarking on an extraneous endeavor when preparing for a test, but the benefits abound. Deciding to research etymology does not mean signing up for a new course or major, either. Here are the top five reasons to spend […]

no comments

4 Ways To Cope While Waiting For A Decision

Waiting for college admission decisions can be stressful. Deadlines for regular admission to most schools – graduate and undergraduate – have closed. The culmination of months of writing essays, taking tests, filling forms and asking for recommendations has passed. After focused effort and studying for tests, sending in applications can feel like an anticlimactic false […]

no comments

How to Get into the Best Schools

Here’s our latest video on “How to Get into the Best Schools” with Top Test Prep’s private tutoring and admissions counseling programs. Top Test Prep helps hundreds of families each year get into top private schools, colleges and grad schools, with admissions and test preparation. For more information, call (800) 501-Prep or visit Top Test […]

no comments

Ivy League Early Decision/Early Action

Early Decision and Early Action | College Admissions Information on Ivy League Schools: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton, Penn and Yale Brown University Regular Application Deadline, January 1 Regular Admission Decisions sent in April Yes, Early Decision Accepted (send application by November 1) Average Acceptance Rate, 15% Early Decision Acceptance Rate, 22% Columbia University […]

no comments

Do colleges look at Facebook?

How college admission offices use social networking sites‚ and why that matters for your MySpace, Facebook, Instagram and other social media sites. Imagine taking the time to fill out your college app, write a stellar essay, then ending up being rejected from your top college choice or a scholarship opportunity because an admissions rep checked […]

no comments

How to Get Into Top Colleges

Here’s some information on how to get into top colleges. This video explains how one student got into his top college after applying with Top Test Prep’s help. Top Test Prep’s team helps students with their SAT prep, ACT prep and admissions counseling programs. Call (800) 501-Prep for more information on our college admissions programs […]

no comments

How to Select the Best Private School

With a faltering public education system, plagued by lowered budgets and a host of other issues, many parents are turning to prep schools and private schools to get their children a solid education that prepares them for college and beyond. A prep school is usually a private school and many times they are boarding schools […]

no comments

What Admissions Offices Want

What Admissions Offices Want: Objective vs. Subjective Standards There are two sides to an admissions application for both colleges and graduate schools: objective vs. subjective standards. An admissions office wants both of these components, although some admissions committees emphasize one more than the other. For definition purposes: the objective side of your application includes your […]

no comments
1 9 10 11 12 13 15