Gaining acceptance into selective colleges seems harder today than ever before.
Acceptance rates at top schools decline almost every year, and former admissions officers at Ivy League schools say the competition is at an all-time high.
Anthony-James Green, a New York City-based SAT and ACT tutor, agrees.
“It’s become a little bit of an arms race,” Green told Business Insider.
Green experiences first-hand the lengths to which families will go to improve their students’ scores. His $1,500-an-hour price tag may seem hefty, but to the families who want to see significant improvement in test scores, it’s worth the cost.
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