Anthony Trenga

    A recent graduate of Princeton University, I am currently conducting Orthopaedic Surgery Research with the American Hip Institute in Hinsdale, IL as I apply to medical school, so I am very familiar with the stresses of admissions applications that students and parents are going through.

    That stress can be alleviated by strengthening your application by scoring highly on standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, AP Exams, and SAT Subject Tests. With my own experience in scoring highly on the SAT (770 V, 760 M, 730 W) and other standardized tests, along with the methods of the Ivy Bound program, I can help any student raise their scores.

    As a former athlete I know how difficult it can be to balance academics with athletic commitments. I am able to work around practice and game schedules in order for student-athletes to perform on the field and in the classroom. Having strong academic credentials will make any student-athlete more competitive in the recruiting process.


Princeton University, Class of 2011
Princeton, NJ
  • Degree: Bachelor of Arts in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
  • Minor: Engineering Biology
  • Awards and Involvements:
    • Recipient of the Research Award in Evolution
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes School, Class of 2007
Alexandria, VA
  • Awards and Involvements:
    • Cum Laude National Honor Society
    • National Merit Scholar Finalist
    • Academic All-American Lacrosse

Expertise Areas:

    • SAT I: Math, Verbal, Writing
    • SAT Subject Tests: Math IC, Math IIC, Physics, Chemistry, Biology
    • AP Exams: Calculus B/C, Physics, English, Statistics, Biology, Chemistry
    • PSAT
Anthony Trenga


  • U.S. & Internationally--via Skype
  • Summer: Chicago, IL
  • School Year: Chicago, IL


  • SAT I: 2260
    • Verbal: 770
    • Math: 760
    • Writing: 730
    • Math II: 740
    • Biology M: 710
    • Physics: 700
  • AP Exams:
    • Calculus B/C: 5
    • Physics: 5
    • Statistics: 4
    • English: 4
    • US History: 4

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