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Will Zuberbuhler

Will Zuberbuhler is the Director of Business Development at Triumph College Admissions (TCA), the leading provider of school-based SAT and ACT test prep solutions. It’s been his passion to work with TCA for the past 13 years and further penetrate the high school test prep market helping students find a clear path to their education goals.  What drives him in business is the power one has to truly make an impact on the lives of young people and their families across our country. He holds a philosophy degree from Saint Charles Borromeo Seminary, Philadelphia.

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Differentiate Yourself with SAT Subject Tests

The SAT Subject Tests are a perfect way to help differentiate yourself. Differentiate means to recognize what makes someone or something different. Companies focus on differentiating their products from other products so that they'll stand out as a good purchase. They do this because they're competing with other companies who have similar products. You need to consider the college admission process as a similar type of competition. You're competing against other students. Anything that helps you differentiate yourself from those students is something worth your time and effort. read more

Get In Shape for Test Day

Get ready for test day! It's almost like training for a marathon for your brain. Whether it's the SAT, ACT, GRE, or GMAT--these tips will last you well through your bubble-filling years. read more

Registering to Take the SAT

Gone are the days of registering for the SAT by visiting your guidance counselor. This is good in that it allows you to take on a certain responsibility for your future, but it can be detrimental if you make decisions like this in a vacuum. read more

Should I take AP courses?

A student should take the most rigorous course load available in which he or she will be successful. A question that is often asked is, "What if I get a B in an AP course when I could have gotten an A in an honors course?" read more

CLEP Exams Equal College Credit

The College Board promotes this test with the statement, "The knowledge you've gained from your education or professional experiences can take you further than you think." This is true. CLEP can turn your current knowledge and experience into college credit(s).read more

What Not to Do the Week Before You Take the SAT or ACT

Take care of yourself physically and mentally the final week before test day. If you're not used to eating healthy and getting at least eight hours of sleep then it may be difficult for you to do, but it's worth it. read more

The National Merit Scholarship Program

Known to most students as simply the PSAT, it's the test students take to enter this scholarship program and is a screening method used by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and the College Board. read more

ACT Math Test Strategy

But don't worry, the ACT math test isn't as hard as you think, you don't get penalized for guessing, and they allow you to view all the needed formulas while taking the test. Let's review the test and go over some strategies specific to this test.read more

Should I take AP tests?

In short, the answer is, "yes." However, there's a lot of debate out there about the answer to this question. Here are some good reasons why you should take AP exams.read more

ACT Four-Part Strategy

Strategy involves making a plan. Having a plan in place before taking the ACT is a very wise idea. read more