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Don’t Be a Sheep!

By Nicole Oringer, Ivy Ed Founder and Partner As a college counselor for the past 27 years, my greatest message to families is not to focus on branding but to be good consumers when it [...]

By | February 10th, 2017|Categories: College Admission, College Counseling, Ivy Educational Services, News, Test Preparation|0 Comments

Hot Tip: The Best ACT and SAT Test Dates!

By Jon Tarella SPOILER: They don’t exist, at least not in an absolute sense. Students and parents often ask us which test date administration of the ACT or SAT they should be taking. They hear [...]

By | February 8th, 2017|Categories: Ivy Educational Services, Ivy Faculty, Test Preparation|0 Comments

It’s almost game day!

It’s almost game day! But we’re not talking about the Super Bowl.  Many students are focusing on ACT/SAT tests in the next few months, so they’re facing a game day of their own!  Ivy Ed [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Categories: Ivy Educational Services, Test Preparation|0 Comments

You won’t get a grade in these subjects, but they’re just as important

While you spend four years at college ostensibly to learn academic subjects and be prepared for the next phase of life (whether it’s entering the working world or continuing to grad school), utilizing and developing [...]

Ivy Ed in Spain’s “El Pais”: If you want to find work, stop looking for jobs

This week, Spain’s “El Pais” interviewed Ivy Ed’s founder and owner Nicole Oringer and career counselor Carolyn Magnani for a training piece on how Spaniards seek jobs.  Here is a translation of the article which appeared September [...]

By | September 13th, 2016|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

ACT to SAT Concordance and Test Dates

Concordance ACT to SAT ACT and the College Board have completed a concordance study that is designed to examine the relationship between two scores on the ACT and SAT. These concordance tables do not equate scores, but [...]

By | September 12th, 2016|Categories: College Admission, Ivy Educational Services, Test Preparation|0 Comments