Bulldog Tutors Demystifies College Admissions in Madison Event

Bulldog Tutors Demystifies College Admissions in Madison Event

Jessica Magro, Director of Admissions Consulting for Bulldog Tutors and a Yale University graduate, will demystify the college admissions process in a free presentation June 25 in Madison, Conn., offering invaluable insights to students and parents. Sponsored by the...
Bulldog Tutors gives test prep the Ivy touch

Bulldog Tutors gives test prep the Ivy touch

Mike Newcomer, Founder and President of Bulldog Tutors, gave an interview for New Haven Biz, featuring a shout-out from one of the area schools we work with. Read on to see what he (and the Guidance Staff at Hamden High School) had to say about the Bulldog Tutors...
Making the Grade: A Look at Bulldog Tutors

Making the Grade: A Look at Bulldog Tutors

Ever wonder what the Bulldog Tutors process looks like? We were featured in the Winter 2018 edition of Seasons Magazine of New Haven; come take an in-depth look at our high standards, goal-setting, and commitment to your success! Making the Grade Tutoring company...
Why are more colleges becoming test-optional?

Why are more colleges becoming test-optional?

Today’s blog post comes from Inside Higher Ed, a website dedicated to “serv[ing] the entire higher education ecosystem – individuals, institutions, corporations, and nonprofits – with the best editorial and marketing solutions in our space”. Written...
Standardized testing: what’s the point, anyway?

Standardized testing: what’s the point, anyway?

Fall is here, with it comes the beginning of college applications for seniors and test prep season for juniors. If you’re like most high school students, you may be wondering, “What’s the point of all of this standardized testing?” After all,...
10 Highly Effective Study Habits, According to Psychology

10 Highly Effective Study Habits, According to Psychology

This week’s blog post comes from psychcentral.com, one of the oldest independent psychology sites on the internet! Read on to see what John Grohol, Psy.D. has to say about study habits: — Effective study habits – studying smarter – can be...
Early Action and Early Decision: What’s right for me?

Early Action and Early Decision: What’s right for me?

College application season is in full swing, and you may have noticed that some of your schools have different deadlines and types of application. There’s regular decision, early action, single-choice early action, and early decision. Many guidance counselors...
Technology in the Classroom

Technology in the Classroom

Chalkboards, once a staple of the classroom, have long since fallen second to whiteboards. Whiteboards, in turn, were quickly replaced by SmartBoards. Students went from taking notes in spiral notebooks to typing up notes on laptops. Instead of turning in stapled...