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If you’ve taken the PSAT or the PLAN, you’re probably wondering what your scores mean. We can help! Our expert instructors know these tests inside and out and are ready to show you how to interpret your results.
We have two great online events coming up to help students and parents make sense of test scores and jumpstart the college admissions process.
PLAN Scores Back LiveOnline Strategy SessionThursday, January 24 at 8PM ET, 5PM PTSpeaker: Ryan Kiick
PSAT Scores Back LiveOnline Strategy SessionTuesday, January 29 at 8PM ET, 5PM PTSpeaker: Anthony Russomanno
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Meet our featured speakers:
Anthony Russomanno, MA, MBAAnthony has been teaching and counseling at The Princeton Review for over 17 years. A dynamic public speaker, Anthony is a frequent presenter at high schools, colleges and conferences as an expert in the field of admissions and test preparation. His excellent interpersonal, problem solving and counseling skills make him a highly skilled and sought-after teacher and tutor. He instills confidence and motivates and inspires his students. Anthony is currently the national director of educational partnerships for The Princeton Review (and was the sales and marketing director in Orange County for 10 years). Anthony is a Premier Tutor of SAT, PSAT and SAT Math Subject Tests. He also teaches GRE, Psychology, Business, GMAT and CBEST.
Ryan KiickRyan Kiick leads The Princeton Review’s offices and efforts throughout the Western Region of the United States. Prior to working for The Princeton Review, Ryan served as president of Eureka Review, an SAT and ACT tutoring company focused entirely on personalized and effective tutoring techniques and programs. During his time with Eureka, Ryan became one of California’s most-requested speakers on testing; he continues to hopscotch around the western third of the country presenting to high schools, universities and professional educators. Ryan doesn’t believe there is such a thing as a bad test-taker and works closely with school administrators, teachers and parent groups to create dynamic programs focused on ensuring students are ready to succeed when they reach college campuses around the country.
PSAT|PLAN Now What?Events are sponsored by the National Society of High School Scholars and CollegeSubmission.com.
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