FAQ

Classes are offered in one-on-one and semi-private sessions with experienced teachers, at Ivy headquarters in East Rutherford as well as neutral venues such as your town’s public library. Semi-private sessions will pair no more than two students with one teacher. Program hours and schedule will be decided based on your diagnostic test performance and official test date.

Diagnostic test scores systematically reveal subject areas, concepts and types of questions that a student particularly finds difficult. Based on your strengths, weaknesses and expected level of improvement, Ivy’s expert counselors will formulate the number of tutoring hours required. Our goal is to create the most personalized, flexible and affordable program for you.

The long and short answer is– at a neutral location most convenient for you! Ivy’s network of experienced teachers crosses city, state and even national boundaries. While registering your interest in our programs, please include your ZIP code, and we will provide you with a tutor most suitable for your specific academic needs, budget and commute.

Based on our analysis of all past student data points, we discover that SAT students increase their test scores by 250 points on average. Students have been accepted into top schools including Brown University, Princeton University, and New York University among others. We have also consistently helped 6 out of 10 enrolled students to pass the Bergen County Academies Entrance Test.

Absolutely! We offer one-on-one and semi-private tutoring options for high, middle and elementary school, and college students all-year round. We also offer programs for adult learners, and those seeking to build skills and improve test-taking abilities for vocational courses. In a nutshell, if you are looking to expand your knowledge of an academic discipline, allow us at Ivy to help you!

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