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Anxiety, ADHD, and the ACT

Time and half on the ACT may seem like a blessing to some, but for others it might be a curse. One of the most commonly granted accommodations for the ACT is “time and a [...]

By |March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

What’s with the watches?

A few years ago, we published a blog regarding an ACT pacing watch (see https://ivyed.net/a-security-blanket-that-isnt-even-soft-our-thoughts-on-the-act-pacing-watch/). At the time, there were several flaws with it:  it didn’t account for the 2015 change to the ACT essay [...]

By |February 22nd, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

My totally unscientific, statistically insignificant experiment…

It’s widely known that students get 200 points on each of the SAT sections just for putting their name down, so the lowest combined score a child can get is a 400.  But I’m often [...]

“Hot Tip: The Best ACT and SAT Test Dates!”

In the winter months leading up to the spring testing season for ACT and SAT, we are often asked if one test date is easier than another. Read our blog--it’s an oldie but goodie--by Jon, [...]

Who are the Ivy Ed tutors?

What does it take to become an Ivy Ed tutor?  A LOT!  We pride ourselves on hiring the best and brightest so that we can serve our students well. While scores are important (tutors must [...]

Where are you headed?

What do you want to be when you grow up?   What’s your major? What do you do? From a young age, we are asked questions like these about our career and vocational goals. The truth [...]