PLEASE NOTE: These presentations have been canceled due to coronavirus concerns. If they are rescheduled, new dates will be announced here and on Bulldog Tutors social media.
Bulldog Tutors’ Director of Admissions Consulting Jessica Magro is giving presentations in Madison, CT, on March 17 and March 31 exploring different aspects of the college admissions process.
The E.C. Scranton Memorial Library is sponsoring both presentations, which will be held in the North Madison Congregational Church. Each runs from 7 to 8 p.m. Guests may sign up by calling the library at (203) 245-7365, but registration is not required to attend.
In the March 17 presentation, Jessica will detail the differences between the SAT and ACT college admissions tests. Colleges and universities generally accept either test. Jessica will discuss how students can determine which one is best suited for their strengths, as well as the importance of test prep. The presentation would be most useful for parents of students from 9th grade through 12th grade.
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The March 31 presentation is entitled Decoding the College Admissions Process. Jessica will explore the full range of issues that play key roles in successful college admissions, from grades to SAT and ACT scores, extracurriculars, building the right college list, acing college interviews, and more. This presentation would be useful for parents of students from 6th grade through 12th grade.
About Jessica Magro
Jessica graduated from Yale University with Distinction in History of Science, Medicine, and Public Health. She was accepted to all five Ivy League universities to which she applied (Yale, Harvard, Dartmouth, Brown, and the University of Pennsylvania). Among other distinctions, Jessica earned perfect scores on both the SATs and SAT Math 1 Subject Test. See her website bio for more details.
About Bulldog Tutors
With offices in New Haven and Guilford, Bulldog Tutors provides the highest quality private tutoring, test prep, and college admissions counseling in Connecticut. Bulldog’s Ivy League-educated tutors have achieved top scores on every exam they teach and take a personalized approach to instruction that targets students’ weaknesses and helps them succeed on admissions tests, and in subjects where they may have been under-served by traditional educational settings.
For additional information, call the New Haven office at (203) 562-1000, or see the Bulldog Tutors website, https://www.bulldogtutors.com.