Best of ALL worlds with our AcadRes Groups for Standardized Tests

Best of ALL worlds with our AcadRes Groups for Standardized Tests

Students love working with us precisely because they feel engaged with and ‘seen’ as individuals capable of creating a positive change through informed actions. Our approach leads to the all-important ‘confidence’ element of the AcadRes ‘teach skills, impart knowledge, and build confidence’ teaching philosophy. So, when we designed our Group Classes for Standardized Test Prep, we made sure we kept these crucial elements of instruction.

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The College Writing Conundrum

The College Writing Conundrum

Let’s face it - we live in a world of abridgment: convenient yet grammatically incorrect writing that would make English teachers of bygone days spin in their graves has become not only commonplace but also accepted. Teens have gone from diagramming sentences to abbreviating even the most casual of phrases (see btw, idk, lol, and ttyl).

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You’re Not Mental (or Relax & Breathe)

You’re Not Mental (or Relax & Breathe)

I’ve had every kind of panic attack a human being can have about everything a human being can possibly worry about. When you’re a professional, card-carrying worrier, no one can tell you to “stop being anxious” or to “just relax.” Similarly, if someone tells you test anxiety “doesn’t exist,” don’t listen. You’re not mental.

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Our experts weigh in on Montclair State 'SAT-optional' decision in NJTV News segment

Our experts weigh in on Montclair State 'SAT-optional' decision in NJTV News segment

On July 29, Montclair State University announced that it will become the first New Jersey public university to make submission of SAT/ACT test scores optional for all applicants seeking undergraduate admission. Our Associate Director,

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