Welcome to NTPA, the association for test prep professionals. We are a professional association dedicated to supporting test prep professionals, upholding the highest ethical standards, and promoting best practices in the test prep industry. Here you’ll find opportunities to learn, connect, and collaborate with colleagues across the country.
Fostering collaboration, advancing high standards
Our mission is built on driving best practices and supporting professional activities in the test prep community.
NTPA membership comes with networking opportunities, mentorship, inclusion in our Member Directory, and many other benefits. We offer membership at the student, individual, and organizational level.
We set the standard for ethical conduct.All NTPA members subscribe to our Code of Ethics. Membership in NTPA lets your clients know that you adhere to the highest standards of professional conduct. Code of Ethics
NTPA’s Newest Community
The NTPA has created Solopreneur Circle, a mastermind/support group for individuals who are self employed and run their business entirely on their own. The Circle is an opportunity for growth, support, and accountability among peers.
NTPA March 2023 Summit: Feedback from the March 2023 International Digital SAT
The NTPA March 2023 Summit--our most well-attended yet--began with a presentation by Sonya Muthalia of Informed Decisions and Megan Stubbendeck of ArborBridge. Sonya and Megan pulled together feedback from a broad group of test takers from all over the world to answer...
NTPA Book Club – How I Wish I’d Taught Maths by Craig Barton
Compiled by Anna Solomon of Flamingo Tutoring For those who missed it, in February we discussed How I Wish I’d Taught Maths by British math teacher Craig Barton. The following is a summary of some of the discussion points. Please feel free to add more in the comments!...
What Would a Smart 9th Grader Get on SAT and ACT Math?
What would an A+ student who has just finished Algebra I and Geometry score on the SAT and ACT if she got everything right that she had seen in school and got everything else wrong? According to my analysis, she would score a 29 on ACT Math (80% of the tested...