It’s not just the perceived importance of scores, or even the associated preparation, that makes standardized tests such a source of stress in the college admissions process. It’s making decisions that should be simple, but aren’t. What tests should you take? When should you take them? Is there an advantage to taking the SAT over the ACT, or vice versa? If you’re looking for straight answers from people who aren’t trying to sell you a test prep program, I’d like to invite you to our free Collegewise webinar:
Testing 1, 2, 3: Standardized Test Planning Made Easy
Tuesday, February 27, 2018
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM PST
Our presenters are a father/son team, Paul and Jordan Kanarek. Over 30 years ago, Paul founded The Princeton Review of Southern California. 25 years later, Jordan followed his dad’s testing footprints and ran The Princeton Review’s private tutoring program in Washington, DC. Today, they both work at Collegewise, and they are the first people our trainers and counselors go to when they need to learn, teach, and share the best, most up-to-date advice around standardized testing. They are also gifted speakers and teachers who frequently receive testimonials from schools and organizations who invite them to speak to their families.
If you’re getting the sense I’m selling them hard here, it’s true. The stress, confusion, and resulting insanity surrounding standardized testing has reached epidemic proportions in high school. Give Paul and Jordan an hour of your time, and I promise you will come away feeling more informed, less stressed, and fully capable of making sound standardized testing decisions. All the details are here.