Testing Madness: What You Need to Know About the SAT and ACT - Saturday, March 17th at 2pm. What's the difference between the SAT and ACT? How do colleges use scores from the two tests? What's the right time during high school to take them? Join David Storper of Prep U Tutoring, Peter Braverman of Arc School Placement and Bruce Vinik of Vinik EPS for a lively discussion The session will be held at 4701 Sangamore Road, Suite S-105, Bethesda, MD 20816, and should be of particular interest to parents of 9th and 10th graders.
Summer 2017 Common Application Boot Camps (for current Vinik EPS comprehensive clients only) - Show up in our office with only your laptop and plan to complete the entire Common Application, essay and all, by the end of the afternoon! Boot camps will be held from 10am-4:30pm on the dates listed below. We will e-mail you two weeks prior to your boot camp date with more details on how to prepare.
Wyngate Coffee & Conversation: Planning, Preparing & Paying for College - On May 24, 2017, join local college counselors Annie Vinik and Laura Hosid of Vinik Educational Placement Services and local financial planner Liz Wagger of First Financial Group for coffee and conversation with neighborhood parents. We know the college planning process can be overwhelming, and we have ideas and tips to share with parents of current middle and high school students!
SAT v. ACT Accommodations for LD/ADHD Students - Join David Storper of Prep U Tutoring on Sunday, December 4 at 2pm in the Vinik EPS office. He will review the differences between the revised SAT and ACT, focusing on the different accommodation options and how to determine which options are best for each student, when to apply for them, and when to focus on prep. The talk is free and open to all but geared to parents of current sophomores and juniors. Seating is limited. Please e-mail email@example.com or call 202-255-0133 to register.
Testing Madness: What You Need to Know About the SAT and ACT - Sunday, March 13th at 2pm. In March 2016, the College Board will begin to offer a new version of the SAT, a dramatically different test than the recently retired version that was around for many years. Just this past year, the ACT Program introduced a major change to the essay section of its test. In order to help families make sense of these tests and their recent changes, Vinik EPS will present a free program about the SAT, ACT and college admissions. David Storper of Prep U Tutoring will be the featured speaker. The session should be of particular interest to parents of 9th and 10th graders.
So You Want To Go To Art School? - Sunday, January 31st from 2pm-4pm at Stone Branch School of Art in Rockville, MD. Come hear from an admissions representative from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), as well as a panel of recent graduates, parents and professionals. Click here for details.
Common Application Boot Camp - August 14, 21 or 25 from 10am-5pm. Show up in our office with your laptop and plan to complete the entire Common Application, essay and all, by the end of the afternoon! (for current Vinik EPS clients only)
The New SAT: What was the College Board Thinking? - Sunday, March 22nd at 4:00pm at 4701 Sangamore Road, Suite S105, Bethesda, MD 20816. The new version of the SAT will debut in March 2016, so current freshman and sophomores need to know what to expect.Join Bruce Vinik and Laura Hosid from Vinik EPS, and David Storper from Prep U Tutoring, for a free discussion about the new SAT and college admissions.
Resume Workshop for College Students - Home for Winter Break and starting to think about your job search?Join us on December 23rd at 2pm to learn about creating a resume for your summer or post-graduation job search. The workshop will be held in our office on Tuesday, December 23 from 2pm-3pm.
Fulbright Scholarship Information Session for High School Seniors - High school seniors interested in learning about what they can do to position themselves for Fulbright Scholarships are invited to join us on Sunday, March 30th at 4pm for a presentation by James Lawrence, Public Affairs Officer in the State Department’s Bureau of Cultural Affairs.