How to Maximize Your Study Breaks

It’s no secret that study breaks are a vital part of any successful studying regiment. Knowing how to spend these study breaks, however, may be less apparent than knowing that you should have study breaks in the first place. Study breaks lose their effectiveness if they are spent in a way that detracts from your studying rather than adds to it. To maximize your study breaks, try the following suggestions. Read More

The Effects of Brexit on the U.S. Economy

At Top Tutoring, we aim to help students not only learn academic concepts but to apply them to real life. Today we’ll be focusing how to use Economics in light of current events. One of the large economic events that has occured recently was Brexit or the exit of Britain from the European Union. Read More

How To Study For A Final (Or Any Test)

As someone who had to take tests throughout many years of school (college and four years of post college, to be exact!) I’d like to share with you all some tips I learned along the way. Read More

What Will the New SAT in 2016 Be Like?

The College Board has revealed that the date for the new PSAT/NMSQT® is fall 2015. This means that the new version of the SAT will be revealed around spring 2016.

The new president of the College Board, Dave Coleman, is the co-author of the Common Core English/Language Arts Exams. Since becoming president, he has sought to implement changes to the SAT, especially in the Writing and Critical Reading sections. Read More

The New SAT Writing Section For 2016

Following is a quotation from Dave Coleman, the president of the College Board, concerning the new SAT format: Read More