Reducing Stress for Students and Families

A test-prep expert and a college counselor created a place to reduce anxiety throughout the admission process. A place where counselors and tutors work together to increase student confidence and broaden educational options.

Ivy Ed is that Place

Test Preparation

Teaching students the academics along with testing strategies. (SAT, ACT, SAT subject tests, AP, IB, ISEE, SSAT, COOP, TOEFL, GRE, GMAT, Praxis)

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Curriculum Tutoring

Empowering elementary, middle, and high school students in all subjects. Curriculum Tutors are also available for most college subjects.

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College Counseling

Guiding students through their journey toward college. College transfer counseling, essay, and application assistance (prep school, college, and graduate school) are also available.

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International Test Prep & Tutoring

Providing intensive test prep programs and online tutoring for students on journeys to US colleges.

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Law School & Career Counseling

Brainstorming and counseling support for those applying for internships, first jobs, or changing careers. Also available: help with cover letters, resumes, and mock interviews.

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A look at Ivy Ed

An international program and a leader in the field of test preparation, college counseling, curriculum tutoring and career counseling.

Here’s what our students and parents have to say.

I GOT IN! Thank you so much for all your help with my applications!
Mendham, New Jersey
One of my daughters says that she has never had a better math teacher in her life, and my other daughter comes out of Skype tutoring sessions for her least favorite subject saying, “That was so much fun!” Thank you for all of the support for our whole family.
Lausanne, Switzerland

What’s Happening

On the Subject of the Math 2 Subject Test by Jon Tarella

August 30th, 2017|

Even as more and more colleges are dropping their standardized testing requirements, the presence of solid test scores still looks good on any application.  This [...]

Learning to Learn

August 15th, 2017|

I look forward to reading the Education Life section of The New York Times, which comes out four times a year, the way some people [...]

Should You Take the GMAT or the GRE? by Dianna Magnani

June 7th, 2017|

The overwhelming majority of business school applicants who apply to the top 50 schools take the GMAT, not the GRE.  Though there is much fanfare [...]

Essay season is here!

May 16th, 2017|

I look forward to reading the essays of the four finalists each year when The New York Times publishes their favorite college essays having to [...]

Wait, what did the College Board just say?!

May 15th, 2017|

Last week, there was an interesting development from The College Board who disclosed that there is a positive correlation between test preparation (using Khan Academy, [...]

Why some of my students improve their scores greatly…and others don’t

April 28th, 2017|

In the last two weeks, I have received results from my students who took the March SAT and the April ACT. Some of their results [...]