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Jason Robinovitz

Jason Robinovitz

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Recent Posts By Jason Robinovitz:

Do I Have to Take a Subject Test?

Posted on Jul 19, 2018 8:01:00 AM

 

Topics: Subject Test, Test-Prep, College Choice

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Topics: Subject Test, Test-Prep, College Choice

Should I Take a Subject Test?

Posted on Jul 18, 2018 9:16:00 AM


Topics: Subject Test, Test-Prep, College Choice

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Topics: Subject Test, Test-Prep, College Choice

Should I Take the SAT or ACT Essay?

Posted on Jul 16, 2018 2:24:00 PM

We're asked this question all the time, ultimately, it depends on where you're applying. Thanks to our friend Cignas Vanni for compiling a fairly comprehensive list of schools that require or recommend submitting an essay from the SAT/ACT. FYI, as far as colleges go, "recommend" means "require." Without further adieu, here's the list:  

Topics: ACT/SAT, SAT Test, ACT, Essay

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Topics: ACT/SAT, SAT Test, ACT, Essay

It’s Summer Time: Are Your Children Losing their Learning?

Posted on Jun 11, 2018 11:46:55 AM

If an investment is expected to depreciate by 30 percent in its first year and experience compounding losses every year thereafter, it’s probably not a sound venture.”

Topics: Summer School, Learning Loss, Tutoring

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Topics: Summer School, Learning Loss, Tutoring

Better Returns than Buffet's: The Bright Futures Scholarship

Posted on Jun 7, 2018 5:12:34 PM

We understand that Return On Investment can go hand-in-hand with risk: no pain, no gain. But how would you respond to a proposed investment of $2,000 that could result in saving between $7,392 (a 370% return on your money) and $28,416 (a 1,421% return on your money) over roughly four years? While this investment isn’t risk-free, it is low risk, assuming you have a student willing to work hard and follow instruction. Simply put, this investment is in test preparation for the SAT and ACT! When paired with a motivated student (and the right test-prep tutor), the result is a hefty scholarship from Florida’s Bright Futures Scholarships (BFSs).

Topics: Test-Prep, Investment, ACT/SAT, Financial Aid

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Topics: Test-Prep, Investment, ACT/SAT, Financial Aid

College Financial Aid Letters: Expect Confusion, Read Carefully, and Do Your Homework

Posted on Apr 30, 2018 5:00:00 AM

Given the upcoming deposit deadlines for many colleges, high school seniors and their families face important financial decisions. Colleges don’t always make that an easy task.

Topics: Financial Aid

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Topics: Financial Aid

Death from College Cost Sticker Shock…and How to Avoid It: Part 2

Posted on Apr 24, 2018 9:47:27 AM

We closed Part 1 of this blog post by saying that Part 2 would be up-coming soon and would cover one of the most important ways to reduce college costs even more – by improving scores on standardized tests. So, here’s Part 2.

Topics: Financial, College Planning, Test Scores, ACT, ACT/SAT, College Admission, Investment

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Topics: Financial, College Planning, Test Scores, ACT, ACT/SAT, College Admission, Investment

Death from College Cost Sticker Shock…and How to Avoid It: Part 1

Posted on Apr 19, 2018 4:07:03 PM

First, relax, because there’s very little chance that you’ll pay full sticker price for your child’s college education; and if the costs are still too high, there are actions you can take to reduce them.

Topics: Financial, Educational-Consulting, Test-Prep, ACT/SAT, Ivy League, Financial Aid

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Topics: Financial, Educational-Consulting, Test-Prep, ACT/SAT, Ivy League, Financial Aid

Missed the October PSAT? You’re No Longer Locked Out From National Merit Recognition!

Posted on Dec 20, 2017 1:46:00 PM

Are you a high school junior and possible candidate for the National Merit Scholarship, but unable to take the PSAT/NMSQT test on the October national test date? There’s now an alternative action to pursue.

Topics: SAT Test, College Planning, Test-Prep

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Topics: SAT Test, College Planning, Test-Prep

CEO Judi Robinovitz Shares Her Story With VoyageMIA

Posted on Dec 18, 2017 3:33:55 PM

Today, our CEO Judi shared her success story with VoyageMIA Magazine, a trendy, regional cultural news and information site. We’re honored that Judi was chosen to be one of the area’s most inspiring entrepreneurs, alongside so many other incredible business owners.

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