C2 Education is Now Open in Mount Kisco!

Students in the Mount Kisco, New York, area have an exciting new academic resource right in their neighborhood. C2 Education is open and our expert tutors are ready to help you succeed! For the past two decades, we’ve been working with students as they prepare for some of the biggest tests of their lives. Our elementary, junior high and high school tutoring programs cons…

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Posted September 18th, 2017

College Admissions Timeline: What to Do Your Junior Year

In terms of preparing for college admissions, your junior year might be your busiest. That’s why it’s important to plan ahead and tackle items step by step. Junior year may be hectic, but it’s also an exciting time as you inch closer to college. (more…)…

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Posted September 15th, 2017

How to Get a 30 (or Higher!) on the ACT: Key Study Tips

Achieving a score of 30 or higher on your ACT places you in an elite group of high school students. Data shows that the score equates to the 94th percentile, putting you first in line for lots of premier colleges. Keep in mind, if you’re aiming for a 30 or higher, you will need to devote time and effort to test preparation. Here are four key study tips to help you get th…

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Posted September 12th, 2017

College Admissions Timeline: What to Do Your Senior Year

By the time you start your senior year of high school, you may be feeling a desire to coast. You’ve spent three years studying, volunteering and researching colleges. Now, you want to sit back and enjoy your year at the top of the high school food chain. Not so fast! (more…)…

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Posted September 8th, 2017

Best 10 Summer Study Tips

When you think of summer break, you probably think of sunshine, beaches, and sleeping in; you probably don’t think of study sessions. These tips will help you boost your study skills, grades, and test scores without sacrificing your summer fun.   Start an informal book club One of the best things you can do for yourself is to read. Strong reading skills not only …

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Posted July 10th, 2017

College Admission News Roundup: February, 2017

  Whether your college applications are still months or years away, or whether you’re scrambling to meet a looming application deadline, here are two great articles about college admissions to check out: What the People Who Read Your College Application Really Think, NPR NPR looks behind the curtain at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachuset…

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Posted February 24th, 2017

Betsy DeVos, President Trump, and the Future of Education

    If there is one issue on which our nation’s two major political parties can generally find some common ground, it is education. After all, while each party has vastly differing views on how best to actually go about educating students, just about everyone agrees that education is generally a good thing. And education is, undeniably, important. So …

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Posted February 10th, 2017

Beyond the Books: 360 Degree Tutoring and Why It Works

Many people equate tutoring with standardized test prep, but at C2 Education, we practice what we like to call 360 Degree Tutoring. What Is 360 Degree Tutoring? 360 Degree Tutoring is comprehensive. At C2 Education, our tutoring programs are fully customized to suit each student’s unique needs. We know that no two students are the same, which is why C2 works with…

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Posted December 9th, 2016

Your Total Guide to Your New SAT Score

Like the test itself, the new SAT score reports are a departure from the score reports of years past. The experts at C2 Education have broken them down in a new publication called Your Total Guide to Your New SAT Score – download your copy here! SAT scores are undeniably important in the college admissions process. SAT or ACT scores allow college admissions office…

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Posted November 25th, 2016

5 College Admissions Tips

    5 College Admissions Tips 1. Show Interest! If you have the grades, test scores, and other qualifications for admission, sometimes the thing that pushes your application over the edge is your interest in the school. Colleges are ranked in part based on how many admitted applicants actually enroll, so if you’re well qualified but you haven’t demonstr…

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Posted November 21st, 2016