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  • Diagnostic Tests (8/9/16)
  • Diagnostic Tests (8/11/16)

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Manjri Gupta

Manjri Gupta
Axios Director

A Message from Our Director

Our Class of 2016 students have started to hear from colleges they applied early. We are absolutely ecstatic on all the acceptances that have come in so far – Harvard, U.Penn, Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt. Congratulations to all the students!!

AT AXIOS TUTORING & TEST PREPARATION, WE ARE ALL ABOUT BIG NUMBERS, PARTICULARLY THOSE ON YOU SAT / ACT TEST SCORES.  For over five years, we have delivered these numbers by having the lowest number of students per class compared to any other test preparatory class in our region.  We invite you to call us and discover how we can partner with your family to bring out the best in your students.

The Unparalleled Power of the College Essay

Student Writing
After all the grade point averages, SAT/ACT scores, and AP class final exams have been tallied, it sometimes seems that college admissions are whittled down to a set of numbers, unfeelingly used to measure an applicant’s potential. And while the

SPECIAL OFFER! Learn More About Your Child’s Learning Skills

Girl Success Ahead
Let’s step back from the daily rituals of reading, writing and arithmetic. Set aside the stresses of studying and standardized testing so we can start to understand the bigger picture: how strong are your child’s learning skills? Together we can
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ACT To Revert Back to 2-12 Scoring on the Writing Section

Handwriting
Beginning this fall with the September national test date, ACT will no longer report ACT writing test scores on a 1-to-36 scale. To reduce confusion among users, the writing score will instead be reported on a range of 2-to-12, with