Tag: PSAT

A-List Education Tutoring Services: Scott Farber Interviewed by WXBR!

October 6th, 2011 / alisteducation / A-List Blog, A-List in the Press, / Comments Off on A-List Education Tutoring Services: Scott Farber Interviewed by WXBR!

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.

The College Board Releases a Full-Length, NEW PSAT Sample Test

March 23rd, 2015 / / A-List Blog, / Comments Off on The College Board Releases a Full-Length, NEW PSAT Sample Test

BIG NEWS: The College Board has officially released a full-length  sample PSAT in its NEW format! We encourage you to check it out and give it a try- download the full test on the College Board site. New SAT practice tests are coming soon too; the College Board says that full-length sample SATs in the redesigned … Continue reading “The College Board Releases a Full-Length, NEW PSAT Sample Test”

Taking the PSAT…Seriously

October 3rd, 2016 / / A-List Blog, / Comments Off on Taking the PSAT…Seriously

This blog post written by A-List Senior Tutor, Gary Surman. Once again, we find ourselves at the beginning of a new school year that promises new learning, new opportunity, and new challenges! This is particularly true for those of you beginning your junior year in high school, a year full of difficult school courses and … Continue reading “Taking the PSAT…Seriously”

SAT Guide: 5 Tips from an SAT Guru

September 29th, 2009 / / A-List Blog, / Comments Off on SAT Guide: 5 Tips from an SAT Guru

They say, “War is hell.”  For millions of students nationwide, so is the SAT.  But the truth is preparing for the SAT doesn’t have to be the painful, depressing, and terrifying experience you keep hearing about.  In fact, success on the mother of all tests is a lot easier than you think.  Here are 5 … Continue reading “SAT Guide: 5 Tips from an SAT Guru”