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Posted By on May 9, 2018

Last year about this time, my daughter, then a junior, had studied for several weeks with one of the big test prep companies, but she was making no progress.  We called PVP Test Prep and talked to Jim, who invited us to come right in.  In a single hour-long interview, my daughter learned more from Jim about test taking than she had from previous tutors.  Chris, her PVP  tutor, quickly evaluated Rachel’s strengths and weaknesses,...

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Smashed Records


Posted By on Apr 23, 2018

In the time it took this years graduating class to go from freshperson to senior, UCLA’s application figures rose in excess of 25%. Some can attribute this to the common app as UC berkley tops 89,000 this year. Some may think it due to a social-economic trend away from trade schools and lifelong employment commitments of a generation or two ago. More people are attending universities. More jobs require both educational and work...

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College tuition “Assembly Bill 19 establishes the initial stage of a “free college” program here, waiving the first year of fees for any first-time student who enrolls full-time at one of California’s 114 community colleges. That promise, however, depends on the state setting aside enough money in its 2018-19 budget to cover the fee waivers.” While Assembly bill 19 should be enthusiastically appliqued as an attempt to combat...

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A Secret to Getting Good Grades and Acing Your Test Scores Let’s all face it. When it comes to exams and getting good grades, it can be like targeting an apple on someone’s head. Without the right skills and getting the right instructions, you will not be able to target the apple or worse be careless enough to shoot someone right in the head. When you want to improve your child’s grades or want them to ace their entrance exams, it is...

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Force Multiplier


Posted By on Apr 27, 2017

What if I told you the reading section of the ACT is the hardest to tutor, train, and study for? What if I told you The Old Man and the Sea is not about fishing? Perhaps you would respond that these devices of rhetoric are merely a banal platitude. It begs the larger quandary of how we construct meaning from our reading experiences. PVP Test Prep is an organization of professional educators spawned from numerous direct family members...

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Golf, Normalizing, and the ACT


Posted By on Mar 28, 2017

Although a test taking student will not need a three foot lateral burst of speed like a tennis player, there remain significant comparisons to tackling the ACT and sports. A student athlete and a prospective collegian taking the ACT or SAT should prepare for the big test day the same way: Steady, hard work up to the date of the test; utilizing industriousness and conditioning; and building confidence towards competitive greatness. As...

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