Below are answers to many frequently asked questions regarding major standardized tests and different school curricula. If you can’t find the information you need below, please feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Private Tutoring at Aegis Advisors ACT Main Things to Know About the ACT SAT vs. ACT SAT & ACT Tutoring at Aegis […]Read more
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2020 has been an unprecedented year of challenges for everyone, especially for students and parents who are dealing with school closures and the transition to online schooling. Whether you need to catch up, need some extra support with online schooling, or simply need a quiet place to study, we have you covered.
Our in-person and online tutoring courses are tailor-made for students in Hong Kong who want to excel in their studies and get into their top choice schools. At Aegis Advisors, we believe that with proper preparation and practice, every student has the potential to achieve their goals.Read more
If your child is studying in the IBDP, it is easy for them to feel overwhelmed by all the information they’re expected to know by their end of the year exams. See below for tips from the IBO blog on how to tackle the exam season. “Be organized and have a schedule” – While this […]Read more
The year of the dragon and millennial babies proved to be an extremely competitive year for applicants, with most top U.S. universities recording historic low acceptance rates. Below is a snapshot of acceptance rates at some of the more popular top universities compared to 6 years ago. Ranking^ University Class of 2022# Class of 2016* […]Read more
At Aegis Advisors, one of the most common question we get is “what’s considered a good SAT score?” According to Prep Scholar with data gathered from College Board, the average SAT score for 2019 was 1059 with an average score of 531 for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and an average score of 528 for Math. […]Read more