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Morgan Bissett-Tessier

Morgan received her Bachelor's degree from Boston College, majoring in Management Leadership and minoring in Music. During her time as an undergraduate, she spent two semesters abroad in Thessaloniki, Greece and continued to work in Greece after graduating as an Extra-Curricular Activites Coordinator for a private middle and high school, Anatolia College. She has scored in the 98th percentile on the SAT and ACT, and achieved multiple high scores on various AP tests. Morgan spent two years tutoring high school sophomores for the MCAS (state exam) at a charter school in Boston, MA. She also spent a year teaching students of all ages and skill levels how to ballroom dance. She has worked for MyGuru for the past 10 years as a Marketing and Partnership Coordinator and is currently also a Managing Tutor, pairing students with tutors who are going to be the best fit customized around individual needs.

Recent Posts

Exploring SAT Tutoring Rates: Is SAT Help from a Private Tutor Worth It?

Posted by Morgan Bissett-Tessier on Wed, Apr 14, 2021 @ 12:52 PM

Since we are an SAT tutoring company, you might expect us to argue that hiring an SAT coach is almost always worth it. But we don’t believe that to be true.

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Topics: sat tutors, College Admissions, ACT/SAT study skills, college tips, college entrance, college timeline, ACT prep, sat prep, college

Early College Planning: What Matters and How to Get Started

Posted by Morgan Bissett-Tessier on Fri, Mar 26, 2021 @ 11:29 AM

Parents of high schoolers frequently ask me when the best time is to begin planning for college. My answer is usually “now!” which often, and more importantly, leads to talking about “how.”

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Topics: sat tutors, College Admissions, ACT/SAT study skills, college tips, college entrance, college timeline, ACT prep, sat prep, college

Self-paced SAT Prep: Pros and Cons

Posted by Morgan Bissett-Tessier on Thu, Apr 16, 2020 @ 09:00 AM

In a previous article, we discussed the three main options to choose from when preparing for the SAT exam: self study, 1-1 tutoring, and group classes. In this post, we take a deeper look at self-paced SAT prep courses specifically, the niche’s top providers, pros and cons, and how to make the most of your experience should you decide to take one of these courses.  

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Topics: sat tutors, sat tutoring, ACT/SAT, High School Test Taking, SAT practice tests, SAT study plan, sat prep, college student, SAT online tutoring, SAT self-study

SAT Prep Options: Self Study vs. SAT Tutoring vs. Group Classes

Posted by Morgan Bissett-Tessier on Tue, Mar 24, 2020 @ 09:00 AM

When preparing for the SAT exam, you must decide pretty early on which study approach you will take. Although you can always switch strategies if something isn’t working for you or you don’t achieve the score you want, we’re hoping this article will help you make the right decision without unnecessarily wasting time and money on the wrong SAT prep method. Below you’ll find the three most prominent SAT prep options: self study, 1-1 tutoring, and SAT classes, as well as the pros and cons of each.   

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Topics: sat tutors, sat tutoring, ACT/SAT, High School Test Taking, SAT practice tests, SAT study plan, sat prep, college student, SAT online tutoring