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Information from the leaders in college prep tutoring and test preparation. Our blogs provide useful information for all high school students looking to improve their grades and/or ability to gain entrance into the college of their dreams.

How Tutoring Will Look This Fall

We are all going through the same uncertainty as we approach the school year. What will school look like? Will it be in a classroom, online or both? How effective will online school be? We know the frustration and confusion this is causing. The good news is we will be...

In Person Tutoring Re-Opening Plans

COVID-19 ANNOUNCEMENT Updated 5/18/2020We will be reopening on June 1st for In-Person Tutoring and Workgroups SEC will implement safety rules & regulations to ensure student and staff safety Scottsdale Education Center is excited to announce that we will reopen...

Nine Hot Tips to Format Your Common Application Essay

Nine Hot Tips to Format Your Common Application Essay

If you do need to submit a core Common App essay (you pick from one of 7 prompts; 250-650 words), here are some tips on how to format your common application essay: Compose your draft in either a Word file or Google docs. Do not craft it directly in the Common...

Interpreting Your ACT and/or SAT Scores

Just got ACT or SAT scores from your High School’s Testing Event and need help understanding what they mean?  SEC can help. FREE 30-minute consultation to help parents and students understand what the scores from recent ACT or SAT testing events mean.  We can compare...

Why You Need an SAT Tutor?

Applying to colleges is an extremely exciting time for students and parents alike. Every parent wants to help their child get off to the best possible start in life, and a big part of that is getting into a good college. College entrance has become quite competitive,...

SEC Leadership Scholarship Award

Scottsdale Education Center is excited to announce their first Leadership Achievement Scholarship of $500 to Marcy Ross. Marcy is graduating from Paradise Valley High School and will be attending ASU in the Fall 2015 where she will be majoring in Nursing. Marcy is a 4...

Good Colleges for Students with Learning Disabilities

Good Colleges for students with Learning Disabilities and ADD/ADHD   Some colleges to consider if your student/child has need for additional academic support in college due to a Learning Disability or ADHD.  This list is from college academic support.com and is listed...

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