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Medical School Admissions

Watch this video to learn more from one of Top Test Prep’s MCAT tutors on how to best approach the medical school applications!

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Breaking News: Changes are coming to the DAT

Learn more about the upcoming changes to the DAT from Top Test Prep‘s DAT Specialist and Director of Graduate School Admissions!

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SAT Subject Tests

The SAT Subject Tests are supplement exams that are not required by most colleges and universities. However, many of the most selective schools, including all the Ivy Leagues, do factor in the SAT Subject Score when considering an applicant. As with any question you may have when applying to colleges, check with the certain college […]

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How to Sign Up for the DAT

Here’s a video on who to register for your DAT exam from one of our DAT Specialists!

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Structure of the DAT

Watch the video below from Top Test Prep’s DAT Specialist and Director of Graduate School Admissions, Anh, to find out everything you need to know about the DAT.

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Take a prep course for your LSAT!

Earlier this month, it was announced that the average LSAT score for incoming law students had dropped. There are all sorts of conclusions to be drawn from this development, but if you’re thinking of law school, consider this one in particular: If LSAT scores are lower, then knocking the test out of the park puts you […]

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Top 4 Common College Interview Mistakes

The college interview is a good precursor to your first real job interview.  Both interviews have profound implications for your future.  In that regard, consider preparing for the interview as if you were trying to land your dream job.  The college interview process can be stressful, but remember that the college is also trying to […]

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Why should you go to private school?

Thinking about boarding school can be as overwhelming as it is exciting for both student and parent. As a student, the chance to experience a parent-free campus life before college is liberating, while to a parent it seems terrifying to let their child away from home for so long to pursue such an ambitious achievement. […]

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Why Take the ACT Writing Portion?

Many students wonder whether or not they should take the optional writing portion of the ACT.  There are many reasons why taking the writing portion is the right decision.  First of all, many top colleges such as Princeton, Johns Hopkins and Brown require it.  The writing section isn’t meant to stump you or trick you […]

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4 Ways to Respond to SAT ‘s Role in Hiring Decisions

SAT prep has traditionally focused on preparing students to gain admission to the best schools. Today, an additional consideration is emerging. SAT scores now appear to play a larger role in employment prospects for recent graduates and even for older candidates. These are 4 ways to help you respond to current hiring trends. A recent […]

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