A-List Education Founder, Scott Farber, on CBS News: His Thoughts on the Pressures of the SAT and the Investigation into the SAT Cheating Scandal
As media outlets continue to report on the Long Island SAT cheating scandal and the College Board’s investigation into the matter, we are once again reminded of the intense pressures students feel to do well on college entrance exams like the SAT and ACT. A-List Education founder and president, Scott Farber, was called on by … Continue reading “A-List Education Founder, Scott Farber, on CBS News: His Thoughts on the Pressures of the SAT and the Investigation into the SAT Cheating Scandal”
A-List Education founder and president, Scott Farber, was recently interviewed by WPIX morning news. Watch below as he further discusses the Long Island SAT cheating scandal and the stresses and pressures that surround college entrance exams.
A-List Education founder and president, Scott Farber, was recently interviewed by WXBR where he had the opportunity to talk about A-List’s extensive range of services: SAT, ACT, LSAT, SSAT, ISEE, & Regents tutoring, customized educational nonprofit programs, ACT and SAT professional development, and college application and essay services.
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A-List President Scott Farber was recently on a panel of experts presenting at the College Access Consortium of New York’s (CACNY) discussion of the redesigned SAT. Scott was joined by others in the education and test prep space including: Akil Bello, Director of Strategic Initiatives at Princeton Review and Shameek Robinson, The College Board’s Associate Director, NYC State and District Partnerships K-12, and … Continue reading “Scott Farber Presents on College Access Consortium of New York (CACNY) Panel”
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