While schools remain closed at this time due to COVID-19, many of you have reached out to us to ask how we can support your child during this period. Rest assured that our team of tutors is here to fully support your child and help keep their studies and test prep on track.Read more
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Over the past 12 years, we have accumulated a wealth of experiences that have strengthened our understanding of families, students, and the education field. From Q&As with students and parents, to articles with tips on excelling through all aspects of the admissions process, we hope our knowledge base offers some insight into the current educational climate.
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 2017 was 1060 with an average score of 533 for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and an average score of 527 for Math. […]Read more
The International Baccalaureate (IB) is an increasingly popular curriculum for many families when it comes to secondary education. Over 4,000 schools have adopted the IB programme with more than one million IB students worldwide. The IB Diploma Programme (IBDP) in years 12 and 13 is particularly known for its academic rigor, and providing your child […]Read more