November 2016

The SAT Test Day is Coming Soon! Here’s How Our Intensive SAT Prep Classes Can Give Your Child the Advantage

By APlus on 22 February 19 Blog

The SAT is a test used by colleges and universities to determine whether a student meets their admission standards. It can significantly influence a school’s decision during the admission process, which is why it’s important to make sure your child is prepared to take the test and earn a top score. It can be difficult…

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ISEE Scores: Understanding the Importance before Your Child Starts ISEE Training

By APlus on 7 February 19 Blog

The Independent School Entrance Examination (ISEE) is one of the most common admissions tests used by private schools to determine whether a student can meet their academic standards. Although the requirements vary from school to school, and test scores are usually only one component that’s considered among a student’s other accomplishments and qualities, it can…

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ASC A+ February Sessions Start Soon! Give Your Child the Advantage with SAT Prep Courses & More…

By APlus on 30 January 19 Blog

Your schedule can be busy balancing work, school and activities during the week, which is why ASC A+ is proud to offer Saturday learning classes to young minds in the Boston area which begin in February. Our A+ Saturday Program features a variety of classes that help your child learn and improve the skills they…

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1/26 Private School Admission Counseling Open House

By Jacob Chen on 15 January 19 Uncategorized

Private School Admission Counseling A+ Has successfully helped students get accepted into Winsor, Roxbury Latin, Noble, Milton, Philip, and many other top private schools. We invite you to join our open house and hear our secret methods!

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4 Benefits of Enrolling Your Child in ISEE Exam Preparation Courses

By APlus on 11 January 19 Blog

The Independent School Entrance Exam (ISEE) can be a crucial turning point for young students hoping to gain admission to competitive private schools. Designed to test students’ reading, writing and math skills, the exam is offered at four levels, each spanning multiple grades, and is organized into five sections (Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Reading Comprehension,…

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