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How An Admissions Office Views Your Test Results

If you are a high school student, counselor or parent of a teen planning to take the SAT or ACT as the initial step in the college admissions process, make sure to login today to CollegeWeekLive, the world's largest college fair, for a special one-day online event called CollegeWeekLive Test Prep. Slated for today, Thursday September 17th from 12:00 Noon to 10:00 PM Eastern Time, the event is designed to provide free preparation sessions and help address common questions and concerns for students and parent alike when it comes to the topic of standardized tests for college admissions. Attendance is free.

The full agenda includes:

12:00 "How An Admissions Office Views Your Test Results", Martha Byrd from ASU and Andy Roop from the University of Oklahoma
12:00 "ACT Reading - Session I", Anne Marie Tadros, AM Professional Tutoring Services
12:00 "SAT Verbal", Lee Chuan Li, PrepMe
1:00 "Test Taking Strategies", Ira Wolf, Author of Barron's SAT Guide
1:00 "SAT Writing - Section I", Steven Ingram, Tutor, Sherwood Test Prep
1:00 "ACT Science - Session I", Adam Gillette, PrepMe
1:00 "TOEFL Reading", Anne Marie Tadros, AM Professional Tutoring Services
2:00 "The Other Side of Test Optional", Lynn O'Shaughnessy, Author & NY Times Contributor
2:00 "SAT Verbal - Session 1", Kit Minden, Jeferson Prep
2:00 "TOEFL - Listening", Anne Marie Tadros, AM Professional Tutoring Services
3:00 "The SAT: A Little Practice Goes A Long Way", Laurence Bunin, Senior VP, SAT Program, The College Board
3:00 "SAT Math - For those scoring under 650", Clayton Harding, Protesters
3:00 "ACT Essay - Session 1", Adam Gillette, PrepMe
4:00 "Test Prep 2009", Clayton Harding, Founder of ProTesters
4:00 "SAT Writing - Session 2", Lynn Scully, Tutor, Author, SAT Expert,
4:00 "ACT English - Session 2", John Baylor, Founder, John Baylor Test Prep
4:00 "SAT Verbal - Session 3", Anne Marie Tadros, AM Professional Tutoring Services
5:00 Visit Virtual Booths of Colleges and Universities
6:00 "The Real ACT Test Prep", Laura Beach, Postsecondary Services, ACT
6:00 "SAT Tips and Tricks", Jon Denning, PowerScore
6:00 "ACT Science - Session 2", Akil Bello, Co- Founder, Bell Curves
6:00 "Introduction to the TOEFL iBT", Dr. John Hodge, Professor, Babson and Owner of Strictly English
7:00 "Test Taking Strategies", Dr. Gary Gruber, Author, The Gruber Guide
7:00 "SAT Math - Session 3", Akil Bello, Co- Founder, Bell Curves
7:00 "ACT Math - Session 2", Ajani Burrell, Bell Curves
7:00 "Sample Speaking & Writing TOEFL Questions", Dr. John Hodge, Professor, Babson and Owner of Strictly English
8:00 "Ask the College Counselors", IECA Counselors: Emily Snyder and Jane Shropshire
8:00 "SAT Verbal - Session 3", Mark Greenstein, Ivy Bound Test Prep
8:00 "ACT Essay - Session 2", Molly Baab, Product Manager, Peterson's Student Edge
8:00 "SAT - Math", Pete Riley, Taming The SAT
9:00 "Test Prep Gadgets & Gizmos: Products Designed for Studying and Taking Standardized Tests"

Attendance is free and students and parent attendees can ask questions via an instant messaging format while watching admissions professionals and tutors live via video -- and get immediate answers from those presenting.

The event will close with a session reviewing the latest in test prep gizmos and gadgets, ranging from software tools designed to help boost your vocabulary to stress reduction aides. To learn more or to register for free for CollegeWeekLive Test Prep, visit

About CollegeWeekLive
CollegeWeekLive ( is the world's largest and most successful college fair and it meets entirely online several times a year. With hundreds of colleges and universities exhibiting and hundreds of thousands of registrants, CollegeWeekLive revolutionizes college admissions, making the process easier and more cost-effective by bringing students, parents, counselors and colleges together online, overcoming cost and distance. CollegeWeekLive is free for students, parents and counselors.

CollegeWeekLive is produced by PlatformQ, whose mission is to connect people, companies, organizations and associations worldwide to meet, interact and learn from leading experts and thought leaders through proven interactive tools at online events.

CollegeWeekLive and PlatformQ are trademarks of PlatformQ, LLC. All other trademarks or service marks are property of their respective owners.

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