Thank you for the professional job you are doing…It gives me a great sense of comfort about referring families to you.” ~ Drusilla Blackman, college consultant and former Dean of Admissions at Harvard and Columbia
Happy news – AJ just got his latest ACT score and he has scored 35! I had hoped for 34 – this is wonderful and we are so happy! I wanted to let you know right away. Thank you so much for all your invaluable help – we are sure that without your aid, AJ would not have had the confidence to do this well!” ~ SJ (Mother of AJ, Chicago, Illinois)*
* The ACT is scored out of 36 possible points.
“I know Alex sent you an email this morning because he was just so beside himself, and I wanted to add my voice personally to the chorus. I can’t thank you enough for everything you’ve done for Alex since he started taking your classes in March. Obviously, you reach him very, very, very well. The subscore on the writing came up a point so he got a four and a four from the two reviewers, and his subscore on the rest of it was a 68 which is what brought him up to the 670. Thank you so much! Feel free to use us as a reference. I am going to tell the Red Hook guidance people and echo what a great job you do coaching these kids for the SAT’s. Thanks again and a big thank you from Alex!” ~ Beth Pagano (Mother of Alex. Alex only required SAT writing assistance His score in that one section jumped 90 points, Red Hook, NY)
“Thank you for taking the time to meet with my Colleges and Careers Class at (my) High School…You did an excellent job in explaining the SATs. I have a better idea about the SATs and smart methods in taking them. I had no idea that the SATs were so complex…I know you did an excellent job helping my brothers last year and that definitely paid off for them!” ~ CH, high school sophomore. Brothers are former students of SAT 2400 class and went on to attend Cornell University and the College of William and Mary (quote used with parental permission).
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