The National Test Prep Association is excited to announce its 2nd annual National Conference designed to inform, educate, and inspire test prep professionals. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from your test prep colleagues’ expertise and best practices that will help you to develop and expand your business!

Due to popular demand, we’ve added limited additional capacity.


The National Test Prep Association 2022 National Conference
Saturday, June 11 – Sunday, June 12, 2022
Atlanta, GA

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Our inaugural National Conference in Washington DC was a terrific success, as anyone who was there will attest. This year’s conference will offer even more professional development, networking, organization, and celebration. We’re looking forward to seeing members and non-members alike!

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Crowne Plaza: Atlanta Perimeter at Ravinia
4355 Ashford Dunwoody Road, Atlanta, GA 30346
Reservation Phone – (877) 666-3243

To make reservations, use this link.



The 2022 NTPA National Conference will be held the second weekend of June:

Saturday, June 11: 1-5pm, Happy Hour following
Sunday, June 12: 9am-5pm

The biggest test prep industry event of this or any previous year will begin with a keynote address from Janet Godwin, CEO of ACT, Inc. and include a Digital SAT Briefing from Angela DelBrocco, Executive Director, SAT Program Management & Strategy.

Saturday, June 11

11:30-1pm: Check-in
1pm: Opening Remarks and History of the NTPA (Mike Bergin)
1:30pm: Keynote Presentation (Janet Godwin, CEO of ACT, Inc.)
2:30pm: Decision Hygiene: Cognitive Biases and Test Prep Strategy (Mike McGibbon)
3:30pm: Adventures in Item Response Theory (Aaron Golumbfskie and Vinny Madera)
4:30pm: One Great idea (Amy Seeley)
5:30: Happy Hour – Parkwoods Restaurant (down the stairs from our meeting rooms)
7pm: Dinner at Maggiano’s Little Italy (4400 Ashford Dunwoody Rd Space #3035, Dunwoody, GA 30346)

Sunday, June 12

9am: The New SAT and Why You Should Love Online Testing (Sonya Muthalia and Neill Seltzer)
10am: Surveying the Landscape of Test-Optional Admissions: What’s Now and What’s Next in Graduate Admissions Policies (ETS)
11am: CHOICE

  • COVID Learning Loss and what our enterprises can do about it (Pranoy Mohapatra and Ravyn Long)
  • Achieve your desired outcome: the guide to exit planning trends you need to know (Daniel Koven and James Gnefkow)

Noon: Lunch onsite
1pm: Digital SAT Briefing (College Board)
2pm: Kudos for our Commendable Colleagues (Paul Pscolka)
2:45pm: CHOICE

  • How to Effectively Use a Psych-Ed Report to Better Understand Your Student (Wendy Raynor & Dr. Scott Hamilton)
  • Technology For Better Teaching (Adam Snoza)

4:15: CHOICE

  • Driving Engagement: Lessons Learned from Social Media (Jackie Pollina, Jen Henson, and Brooke Hanson)
  • Test Prep Industry Benchmarks (Susan Powers and Jim Friedman)

5:00: Closing Remarks



We will have tables and opportunities available for relevant sponsors. Please contact us for more information.