In This Issue…
|Featured Student: Max Carchedi
We are proud to report on a notable accomplishment of one of our students. Max Carchedi, a 7th grader at Wissahickon Middle School, recently completed the Wilson Reading System under the guidance of A+ tutor Sherry Moman.
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|Featured Tutor: Sherry Moman
Sherry Moman, tutor of this month’s featured student, Max Carchedi, has been with A+ Test Prep and Tutoring for 4 years. Sherry specializes in teaching reading skills, the Wilson Reading System, Study Power, and basic math and writing skills.
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|Contest for Young Inventors
Do you have a budding young inventor in your midst? If so, here is a wonderful opportunity for him or her to put those creative ideas to the test. By Kids for Kids, in collaboration with sponsors Toys R Us and toymaker JAKKS Pacific, have announced “Invention Dimension,” a new competition that honors inventiveness in young people.
|Will AP Tests Replace the SAT?Jay Mathews, an education columnist for The Washington Post, recently wrote about an emerging trend: several colleges–Bryn Mawr, Hamilton, Furman, and New York University–now accept the AP as a substitute for the SAT or ACT in their admissions process. Matthews calls this a “felicitous trend” and predicts that “this will put the AP ahead of the SAT as the most important test in the country.”/span>Read more in our newsletter…
|Free Proctored SAT and ACT Exams
Mark your calendars! A+ Test Prep and Tutoring is once again offering free, no-obligation, proctored practice exams to current students and to members of the community.