Loren Dunn

Noodle Pro Loren Dunn has been a top New York tutor since 2006. Loren graduated Phi Beta Kappa with Honors from Johns Hopkins, and was one of the youngest faculty members ever at Johns Hopkins.

How Does ACT Extra Time Work?
23 May, 2019
Sections of the ACT aren’t timed individually, so how does extra time work for the exam? Loren Dunn explains how the rules work, and shares some ACT test strategies. Many people are surprised to learn that individual sections aren’t timed during ACT extra-time administrations. What does this mean? Much to your benefit, you can use your extra time however you like. In other words, if you don’t actually need time and a half on, say, math, you don’t have to spend any extra time on math. Rather, yo
Starting SAT/ACT Prep In Your Junior Year
06 November, 2017
At Noodle Pros, we understand that test scores are just one component of a college application, that students need a little room to have a life outside of preparing for college, and that while both are important, academic performance needs to take precedence over test prep. *** The fall of your junior year is an ideal time to begin preparing for the SAT [https://www.noodlepros.com/tests/sat] and/or the ACT [https://www.noodlepros.com/tests/act] (if you haven’t already started). So much of succ
One Thing To Know About Sharing Your Test Score
05 June, 2017
Sharing your SAT and ACT scores with your classmates is a “no-no.” Test scores should be kept relatively private, shared only between a student and their parents, guidance counselor, potential colleges, and tutor. To adapt a quote from Fight Club, “The first rule of test prep is don’t talk about test prep,” or rather, test scores. There are only four groups of people who need to know your SAT or ACT scores: your parents, your guidance counselors, whoever is helping you prepare for your test, an