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Breaking News: the SAT is changing in 2016!

In an effort to keep up with the rising demand for a more practical standardized test, the SAT will contain some major revisions starting in 2016.  The College Board (the makers of the SAT) initially announced the changes would come into effect in 2015.  They have since decided to push back the timeline to 2016 with […]

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How to Hire a Private Tutor

It might sound like a pretty simple process, especially since we have social networks like Craigslist, Facebook and Google+ at our disposal.  However, hiring a private tutor is actually not that easy.  Watch this video to learn more about what Top Test Prep specifically looks for in their top 1% private tutors!

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Why The PSAT/NMSQT Matters

The PSAT is a standardized test that can provide hands on practice for the SAT.  In order to be considered for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test, you need to take the PSAT.  The PSAT carries no bearing towards college admissions, unless you earn top scores.  For those who think the scholarship is too […]

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How Can I Find a Private Tutor?

Here’s some important information on how to make sure you find the private tutor that suits both your personality and learning style.  Watch the video below to find out more!

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9 Big Changes to the SAT 2016!

You may have heard the news already – changes are coming to the SAT in 2016!  What are these changes?  Watch the video below as our Logistics Manager, Dov Landau, discusses what College Board decided to change with the SAT. If you want to learn more about how Top Test Prep can help you start […]

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Big Changes to the New SAT 2016 College Board

Here’s a video discussing the upcoming big changes to the New SAT exam and the College Board’s SAT revisions: Learn more about how the SAT exam will be updated and what students applying to colleges and universities should expect to see on the new test: verbal, math, and writing sections.

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How is the ACT formatted?

First things first: let us dispel the notion that the SAT is the more widely accepted of the two tests.  Almost every college accepts the ACT, and it has now surpassed the SAT in number of students sitting for it each year.  For many students, this may come as a sign of relief since quite […]

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Where can I find reviews for live-in tutors?

Before you invite a private tutor to live in your home with you and your family, you want to make sure that he/she is a person you can trust in your home.  After all, once your tutor lives in your home, he/she will become an extended part of your family.  Therefore, Top Test Prep can […]

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Format of the SAT

The SAT was, until last year, the most commonly taken standardized test for entrance into college. It tests your ability to test, rather than content that you would have learned in school. It is well suited to students for whom timing might be an issue, and who tend to do especially well on standardized tests […]

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Why does the PSAT matter?

Many students make the mistake of taking the PSAT for granted.  However, the PSAT gives students a quantitative measure on how well they could do on their SAT and how much more they have to prepare for the SAT.  So, at Top Test Prep, we urge all of our students to prepare for this exam […]

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