Why One-to-One Tutoring is More Beneficial than Group Test Prep Programs

Why One-to-One Tutoring is More Beneficial than Group Test Prep Programs

Success on college admissions exams requires preparation. Test-takers must be familiar both with content as well as with unique factors like timing, scoring, directions, and formats. To meet these rigorous demands, students often seek outside help. Instead of choosing a canned test prep class filled with other students, opt for a personalized, one-on-one tutoring experience. When weighing t

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