Webinar recap: Standardized Testing in the COVID Landscape

Webinar recap: Standardized Testing in the COVID Landscape

Thank you to those who attended our second zoom event, Standardized Testing in the COVID Landscape. Please find resources from the webinar.

Please click here to view the recorded webinar.

Please click here for the presentation.

We are excited to announce our next zoom webinar, College Admissions 101: What Do Colleges Want?   Join us for an overview of what colleges want. This webinar is scheduled for Thursday, Sept.24 at 7:00PM.

Registration is now available.  For more information, click here: https://bit.ly/CWCCollegeAdmissions

Below are some final thoughts from our special guest, Robert Franek, Editor-in-Chief of the Princeton Review:

As we chatted about, colleges truly understand the unique circumstances that the class of 2021 is experiencing. As you explore best-fit schools for your kids, just be sure to research each school’s specific testing policy so you aren’t caught off guard when it comes time to apply. You’ll want to learn whether these policies not only apply to admissions decisions, but also to scholarship and academic placement decisions.

Please know that if your kids still need test scores to qualify for merit aid, athletics, or academic placement, or if you simply want to include test scores to make that application stand out regardless of a school’s policy, our team can help. If you want to see where you stand, you can take our free SAT and ACT practice tests online. Nicole, who oversees our test prep and tutoring for Westfield families, would be happy to provide you with a complimentary score consultation afterward.

Promised resources:

YouTube series on COVID-19 and Higher Education:

Our YouTube page is being updated near daily, covering everything students and parents need to know about COVID-19’s impact on admissions, testing, financial aid, etc.


SAT / ACT Livestreams:

Twice weekly segments of our teachers sharing their knowledge about the SAT, ACT, testing strategies, etc.


Virtual volunteering:

Below is the YouTube segment we referenced last night about safely volunteering during COVID


Robert Franek

Editor in Chief

The Princeton Review


Nicole Iannucci

Director of Outreach & Marketing