Get an Edge Up in the College Admission Game During School Vacation With Ivy Bound Test Prep’s Academic Camps

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Academic camps allow students to get an edge in college admissions and maximize their school vacations. With just one or two hours a day students can improve their SAT and ACT scores, study skills, public speaking and academic performance.

Ivy Bound’s academic camps allow students to enjoy their vacation while simultaneously helping to build a strong college application.

Whether you’re off to the ski slopes or the beach this school vacation you don’t have to back burner your college application. With Ivy Bound Test Prep’s academic camp, available via phone or internet, students can get an edge on the increasingly competitive college admissions game. Academic camps can provide students with an advantage with college admissions, SAT Prep, ACT Prep and academic skills.

“Ivy Bound’s academic camps allow students to enjoy their vacation while simultaneously helping to build a strong college application,” said Mark Greenstein, founder and lead instructor of Ivy Bound Test Prep. “We see tremendous improvement in SAT scores and academics during our intense vacation camps.”

This February, March and April vacation periods, Ivy Bound Test Prep will offer a variety of academic camps for students in seventh through eleventh grades. Ivy Bound academic camps feature classes on topics including SAT prep, ACT prep, study skills, public speaking, math, speed reading and economics.

“With just 60-90 minutes a day during vacation college-bound students can see a significant improvement,” said Eugene Hazanove, a senior instructor at Ivy Bound Test Prep.

If you would like to learn more about Ivy Bound’s academic camps or if you would like to offer Ivy Bound’s academic camps at your school or organization please visit or call 877-975-1600. Ivy Bound Test Prep is a national provider of SAT, SAT II, PSAT, ACT, LSAT and study skills tutoring, courses and academic camps. Ivy Bound features first-rate instructors who take the SAT, ACT and SAT II regularly and maintain scores in the top one percent, versus the five percent industry standard. In 2010, Ivy Bound students reported a 170.6 point average improvement (Math and Reading, based on a prior SAT or PSAT), markedly improving their admissions and scholarship offers. Ivy Bound is based in Connecticut and has tutors available in 23 states and internationally.


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