Concerned about standardized testing? Bara Sapir, CEO/Founder of CTP and on the National Test Prep Association (NTPA) board, was recently quoted in Help In Homework’s article. Below is the text: HIH – What are your concerns about standardized testing? Bara...

The GRE and GMAT – All the Options you Need to Know

Up until recently, students seeking an MBA had only one test option to be submitted for their respective programs: the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). This changed a few years ago, in 2006, spearheaded by Stanford University, when most business schools...

CTP’s Authoritative Wordle Personality Assessment Quiz

 Because it’s a pandemic, the world is going cray, and Wordle is a great thinking game, for Fun Friday, we’re presenting this quiz for students and the general public. Enjoy!  This Authoritative Wordle Personality Assessment Quiz accurately indicates how...

To Take the EA, GMAT or GRE—That is the Question

Applying to business school can be nerve-wracking, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic, when testing protocols are a shifting target influenced by public health needs. In a normal year, business schools require applicants to submit standardized test scores, either...

Coronavirus Pandemic, Anxiety, and the Test Taker

There is little doubt that many of us feel additional stress and anxiety despite being experts on optimal preventative protocols to ward off Coronavirus. As we deal with this pandemic, student’s lives especially, are strewn into the unknown: The College Board is...

Score Disparity Between Diagnostic and Official GMATs

Scoring your Best when it Counts the Most You’ve studied, poured over forum postings and blogs, religiously entered your incorrect answers on an Excel sheet to learn from your mistakes, replicated (to the best of your ability) testing conditions, practiced on the...

COVID-19 Update

We continue to offer remote tutoring and test preparation sessions while schools are closed. Our 'virtual babysitting' supports parents and their children with extra support, including SAT/ACT/SSAT/Regents/AP tutoring, middle and high school subject areas as well as support for college coursework. We can teach individually or in small groups. Speed reading workshops and test anxiety/stress management coaching are also available.