The IVY Blog

Five Strategies for Optimizing Your Time on the SAT or ACT Math Section

The key to excelling at the SAT and ACT Math sections is not just knowing the material, but having a wise strategy to save time on the test. By mastering both the “what” and “how” of ACT and SAT prep, you’ll maximize your chances of receiving your best score.

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Common Algebra Mistakes And How to Avoid Them

Whether you are a beginning algebra student, or a confident calculus whiz, students of all levels make these and similar errors. By mastering these concepts, you’ll overcome a common trap: memorizing a series of steps to take to solve an individual problem.

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How Coronavirus is changing the importance of the SAT and ACT in college admissions.

Is the age of the SAT and ACT over? And what does this mean for your admissions prospects? Read on for insight into the coming changes as schools loosen their reliance on standardized testing scores.

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What 7th Graders Can Do To Prep for the SHSAT This Summer

When it comes to preparing for the SHSAT, there’s a lot more than reviewing reading comprehension and math skills. Here’s a guide to getting started in the summer before 8th grade.

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3 Changes to the ACT Coming in September

The ACT has three aces up its sleeve, coming in September 2020, that could result in improved scores and an easier testing experience.

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Tips for Keeping Kids Engaged and Learning at Home

Creating a balanced day and helping kids stay focused on learning without their teachers and fellow classmates — that is quite a challenge! Add these items to your schedule to make the most of the school day.

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Eight Research-Backed Antidotes to Coronavirus “Dis-Ease”

Here are eight research-backed ways both students and parents can shelter-in-the-here-and-now – the safest space in the world – and get through the pandemic with a resiliency of steel and a heart of peace.

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How to (Peacefully) Help Your Child with Essay Writing

At Ivy Tutors Network, we pride ourselves in our tutors’ ability to guide a student through the writing process without losing their unique voice. You can do this too. The trick is to put yourself in the role of your child’s editor.

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How to be a Quarantine Ninja and Slay High School During the Coronavirus

Here is a quick guide to making 10th grade your best grade yet – from home.

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