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Khan’s Tutorial Breaks Record with over 627 Students Scoring 4/4 on Spring 2017 Common Core Exams

Mrs. Nayeema Khan with a class of Khan's Tutorial students.

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October 24, 2017 – New York, New York – This past weekend Khan’s Tutorial Common Core students and their parents celebrated Perfect Score Weekend. Families visited Khan’s Tutorials 10 locations to celebrate their students who recently received the results for their Spring 2017 Common Core Statewide/Citywide Exams. This year, Khan’s Tutorial broke last year’s record of 537 with over 627 students scoring a single 4/4 or double 4/4. A score of 4/4 means that these students met and excelled beyond the standards set for elementary and junior high school students. On Sunday, November 12th, all high scoring Common Core, SAT, & Regents students will be celebrating at Khan’s Tutorial’s Annual Achievement Awards Ceremony at the Colden Auditorium at Queens College.

“We are thrilled that our student’s received such amazing scores on their Common Core Statewide/Citywide Exams. I want to give a special thanks to our dedicated Common Core parents for choosing Khan’s. We look forward to seeing you all at our Annual Achievements Awards at Colden Auditorium at Queens College next month. Congratulations again to all our Common Core families,” said Dr. Ivan Khan, CEO & President of Khan’s Tutorial.  

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“I’m happy to see the scores reflect the growth of our program as well as the development of our staff. Breaking 600 perfect Common Core scores would not be possible without The Common Core Team. Our talented Instructors, Fellows, and Managers have played a huge role in our program’s success,” said Director of Common Core, Nadia Hossain.

“I am very happy to see our hard working students return to Khan’s with the amazing news of their perfect scores. Students, make sure that you thank your parents for helping you every step of the way. Every week I speak with so many dedicated mothers and fathers. It’s very rewarding to finally see everyone’s hard work pay off. We look forward to celebrating with these families at our awards ceremony next month,” said Mrs. Nayeema Khan, Khan’s Tutorial Chairperson.

With 10 locations in the outer boroughs of New York City, Brooklyn, the Bronx, and in the Jackson Heights, Jamaica, Astoria, Ozone Park, and Floral Park neighborhoods of Queens, Khan’s Tutorial primarily serves in assisting families in low-income, new immigrant neighborhoods. Over 2,615 students have gained admission to New York City’s Specialized High Schools through Khan’s Tutorial since its inception in 1994.