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New App Helps NYC Students Pick Public High Schools

Researchers say that many low-income students select under-performing schools close to home because they are uninformed of the options available. A new app will allow students to put in their address, interest, willingness to travel and other factors to help them explore available high schools and make informed decisions. With more than 400 public high […]

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Learn About the Format of the SHSAT

The NYC Department of Education has distributed this letter our lining the new format of the SHSAT: SHSAT_FAQ_SAMPLE_ITEMS_FINAL11317 Overview of the SHSAT Format Overview of the ELA Section on the SHSAT Overview of the Math Section on the SHSAT For information on our Online SHSAT Prep, click here: Online SHSAT Prep For information on our […]

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Caddell Prep Sample Lesson

New Online Lesson Format

Hi everyone! We have been working really hard to make the online learning experience a more pleasant and rewarding one, and it’s paying off. We are in the process of creating interactive lessons for our test prep courses. We are almost completely done with our online SHSAT prep course, and then we will do the […]

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Summer Internship Program

For the third summer in a row here at Caddell Prep, we are lucky enough to be able to provide internships for students eager to gain some experience in a working environment. It is definitely a pleasure to have them here at our company and, of course, be able to see first hand how each […]

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SYEP/UAU Summer Interns

This is our third summer hosting interns at our office through SYEP (Summer Youth Employment Plan) and UAU (United Activities Unlimited). This is a great program to be a part of, and I would highly recommend any business owner or manager to try and get involved in this program. I also recommend this to high […]

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SAT Practice Tests Available

Our first two SAT Practice tests are now live. Students can learn from their mistakes by watching video explanations of questions they answered incorrectly. Both tests include three critical reading sections and three math sections. The tests are scored out of a total of 1600.

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