Deborah Platt

Posted on March 1, 2006

Deborah Platt

Patrick will attend the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Northeastern, his first choice. After his early action application to Northeastern was deferred we created a full-scale strategy to win acceptance.

My senior son’s grades were less than stellar so we were relying heavily on his SAT scores to get him into the schools of his choice. His first scores were respectable but his school counselor recommended SAT tutoring to pick his scores up a bit and give him stronger positioning in the admission’s pool. I asked him for a recommendation and he told me the “only one” he would recommend was College Planning Partnerships. When I called to schedule tutoring, Sam Rosensohn immediately accommodated us and a series of private sessions began. Sam and partner taught my son how to attack the SAT monster and gave him the skills and strategies needed for the upcoming exam. The 80 points added to his math score and the 40 points added to his verbal score were enough to put him in a very comfortable zone and he did indeed gain acceptance into the college of his choice. As a parent, I found Sam very caring and concerned for my child’s welfare. It was a pleasant experience.

Sincerely,

Deborah Platt
Hamden, CT
March 2006
Andrew, a student at the Hopkins School in New Haven, went from 570 to 650 on the math, and from 650 to 690 on the verbal portion of the exam.

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Deborah Platt
Hamden, CT
March 2006
Andrew, a student at the Hopkins School in New Haven, went from 570 to 650 on the math, and from 650 to 690 on the verbal portion of the exam.

Patrick will attend the Doctor of Pharmacy program at Northeastern, his first choice. After his early action application to Northeastern was deferred we created a full-scale strategy to win acceptance. My senior son’s grades were less than stellar so we were relying heavily on his SAT scores to get him into the schools of his choice. His first scores were respectable but his school counselor recommended SAT tutoring to pick his scores up a bit and give him stronger positioning in the admission’s pool. I asked him for a recommendation and he told me the “only one” he would recommend was College Planning Partnerships. When I called to schedule tutoring, Sam Rosensohn immediately accommodated us and a series of private sessions began. Sam and partner taught my son how to attack the SAT monster and gave him the skills and strategies needed for the upcoming exam. The 80 points added to his math score and the 40 points added to his verbal score were enough to put him in a very comfortable zone and he did indeed gain acceptance into the college of his choice. As a parent, I found Sam very caring and concerned for my child’s welfare. It was a pleasant experience. Sincerely,