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Video Library

Our efforts to equip students with the tools they need to excel extend beyond just tutoring. Toward that end, our free video library covers everything from test overviews to basic strategy to admissions tips.

So whether you’re already working with us and you want a quick review of a concept you covered in session or you’re just trying to test the water before you start tutoring, we hope these informational videos are exactly what you’re looking for.

Mathematics has always been my forte, so when it was time for my daughter to write her college essays, I knew I was not going to be of much help. Andrew stepped in and they immediately put a schedule and timeline in place. I cannot commend Andrew enough for helping her find confidence in her writing, which undoubtedly became more engaging, creative, and effective!

George S.

Test Prep

Many of our video resources deal with standardized testing, one of our specialties. Some focus on the structure of or fundamental strategies for one particular test, while others drill down on the differences between two “peer” tests, such as the GRE and GMAT.

Academics and Admissions

The remainder of our free informational videos cover topics related to the classroom—either the one you’re in now or the one you’re trying to get into in the near future.

ISEE/SSAT/SHSAT

Here you’ll find all of our video resources that deal with standardized testing.

Featured Articles

We’ve been doing this for a while now, and we’ve got more than enough knowledge to share. So if you have questions about standardized testing, from scoring to accommodations to fundamental strategies, you can find the answers here.

SAT Test Dates 2023: Upcoming Test Dates & Deadlines For The SAT

The SAT is a standardized test that all colleges and universities in the United States use to evaluate potential students. The SAT is administered by …

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What Is The ISEE Test? An Overview For Parents

The Independent School Entrance Exam is used for admission to private elementary and secondary schools throughout the United States. There are four levels of the test – Primary, Lower, Middle, and Upper – each used in the admissions processes for students of different grade levels. Each level of the test is taken by students representing a range of ages, with the Middle Level test taken by students applying into grades 7 and 8 the most common. Inspirica’s approach to the ISEE starts with the fact that a student’s experience with the test will vary significantly depending on their age, which means that the optimal course of preparation will vary as well. Your tutor will help determine the best way for your child to prepare and then use that plan to ensure that your child is in the best possible position going into test day.

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Do I Need the SAT for College? Deciding Whether to Take the SAT in 2023

The rise in popularity of the ACT, the proliferation of test-optional admissions policies, and a general de-emphasis on standardized testing due to social factors have made the question of “do I need to take the SAT for college” a relevant one for many students. In this post, we’ll help you answer that question for yourself.

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In 7 weeks working with my Noodle Pro, I progressed from an initial test score of 570 to an actual test score of 710. This was in no small part due to my tutor's influence. He was always available to help with queries by phone, text, and email. His support extended far beyond the tutorials themselves.

James U.

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Interested in discussing how our tutors can help you or your student? Have questions about a standardized test or the tutoring process in general? We’re here to help! Schedule a call or submit your question by filling out the form to the right; we’d love to hear from you.

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