Following the 10th annual contest in 2018, MIT News published a wonderful article about the AT Foundation's Math Prize for Girls and the urgent need to support gender equity in STEM.
In January 2018, Boston Voyager interviewed Advantange Testing of Boston Director Dan Kusik about about how he has dedicated his career to helping students reach their goals.
The Christian Science Monitor: Girls-only competitions build confidence—and the ranks of women in math
In October 2017, The Christian Science Monitor featured the Advantage Testing Foundation Math Prize for Girls in an article about the importance of encouraging girls to pursue STEM.
Arun Alagappan discusses Advantage Testing's uniquely rigorous approach to tutoring and test preparation and shares some insights into our educational philosophy.
On September 27, The Boston Globe published a terrific piece covering the sixth annual Advantage Testing Foundation Math Prize for Girls competition, the largest math prize for girls in the world.
AT Founder and Director Arun Alagappan is cited in an article on SAT preparation in The Atlantic magazine.
Arun Alagappan appeared on Bloomberg Television to discuss the upcoming changes to the SAT.
"...That was truly an extraordinary experience that I will savor for a very long time."
Paul Siemens, Director of Advantage Testing Los Angeles, contributed to the New York Times discussion of the importance of the SAT and ACT in the college admissions process.
Director of Advantage Testing Los Angeles Paul Siemens wrote for the New York Times Room for Debate on the benefits of one-on-one tutoring for high school students.
An article about the extraordinary success of LEDA's first cohort of scholars. AT founder Arun Alagappan serves as Vice President on LEDA's Board of Trustees, and LEDA's New York scholars work pro bono with Advantage Testing tutors to prepare for standardized tests.
Business Today: One-on-one Tutoring: Bridging the Achievement Gap
by AT President and Founder Arun Alagappan
This article was adapted for publication in Business Today, the nation's largest student-run magazine. Produced for students entirely by Princeton University undergraduates, Business Today has an estimated readership of 200,000.