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I can answer questions pertaining to college selection and application strategies, SAT and ACT test preparation, and general areas of education involving students from kindergarten through high school.

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I have tutored students from kindergarten through high school and assisted students with college selection and the college admission
process for the past 16 years. I also teach workshops for the SAT
and ACT tests.


National Association for College Admission Counseling
Higher Education Consultants Association


Bachelor degree in education and counseling with graduate work in individual learning styles and reading development. Continuing education in college admissions and elementary/middle school education

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2016-01-30 Question:

To be on the safe side, you should contact the school you are interested in and ask them this question. Every college has different policies and it is best for you to get the answer from them. All you

2015-03-29 So do I have a legitimate reason for being a "bad test taker" or is it just an excuse in my case?:

Some students are tested by an educational psychologist to determine whether they have ADD,ADHD, or other learning disabilities. If these are documented, the College Board may give you extended  time on

2014-11-30 Should I retake the ACT/SAT?:

You probably need to check with the colleges you will be applying to in order to get their answer on this question.  Most schools will want to see at least 24 to 30 hours of college credit with a minimum

2014-07-21 question:

You will need to fill out the college applications for the schools that interest you.  Check to see if any of your colleges are on the Common Application.  Colleges will also need to have your SAT scores

2013-11-23 SAT/ACT:

Most colleges require the SAT and/or ACT scores for college admissions, but not all.  I think you should speak with your high school counselor and explain the money issue and ask for advice.  I am sure


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