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Three Resources for Online Tutoring

Even with the one-on-one personal tutoring experience you find at Top Test Prep, students are also encouraged to do additional work at home. There are three resources we recommend when looking for extra places to keep up the studying. StudyBlue – This is a great site where you can create flash cards. You can create […]

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Staying Calm when Preparing for the MCAT

The MCAT is an undeniably important exam for students who are aiming to be a physician. Therefore, preparing for the MCAT may cause a lot of stress and students easily burn themselves out. Watch this video to learn more about how one of Top Test Prep’s top 1% tutors coped with the stress level while […]

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Where Should I Apply To College?

One of the most important factors you’ll consider when choosing a college is the type of college that best fits your academic interests, personal interests, and even your personality.  This decision is vital because it will affect the next 4 years of your life.  Here is a list of some factors to help you narrow […]

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How Long are MCAT scores Valid?

If you’ve taken your MCAT, you might be wondering how long your scores will be valid for? Watch the video below for more information from one of Top Test Prep‘s top 1% MCAT tutors!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Letters of Recommendation

Almost every college and university requires you to submit at least one recommendation letter.  College admissions take these letters very seriously, so it in your best interest to secure great letters of recommendation from people who know you very well. How many recommendations do I need to send to the college? Generally, most colleges want […]

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Common College Application Mistakes

Senior year can be incredibly hectic and stressful, but don’t let that affect the quality of your college applications.  Take your time and pay attention to details – both big and small – and plan ahead so you don’t go over the deadlines.   Here’s a list of some of the more common college application mistakes. […]

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Leaving a Good Impression with a College Representative

According to the National Association for College Admission Counseling, about 50% of colleges claim that a student’s demonstrated, sincere interest in the school can be highly important in the admissions process.  There are a number of ways to demonstrate that your interest is more than just superficial. ·      Arrive early. On the day of the […]

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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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Tips To Get Accepted into an Ivy League University

The 8 universities that comprise the Ivy League have a reputation for their academic rigor, professional achievement and selectivity. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, Ivy League schools received more than 200,000 applications for the class of 2013. Only 11.9 percent of these applicants were accepted. Of the 200,000 applicants, it is probably […]

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How To Write the Perfect Personal Statement

The number of students applying to college is at an all time high, so submitting a great personal statement is a good way to separate you from the pack. Personal statements can be the deciding factor into whether or not a college decides to accept you. The essay is your chance to show off your […]

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