Entrance Exam Mock Test Giveaway!
Giveaway details: this is an amazing opportunity to do tons of extra practice! We are training our AI
predictive tool, so we want as many people taking the mock tests we developed over the years. Simply
sign up and pay $100 to get access to 10+ tests that can be taken online or during one of our regular
mock test days in our Freehold, Fair Haven, or Holmdel offices. When you show us your offical test
results, we will refund $80 (whether you got in or not). Please note: some tests are 100 questions long,
while others follow the current format of 110 questions. Current clients are welcome to this opportunity
but please note that these are the same tests we use in our program.
Entrance Exam Information
The MCVSD, or Monmouth County Vocational School District, is a
prestigious high-school district for
Monmouth County residents. There are many schools included in the whole district, but the five Career
Academy schools requiring the completion of the MCVSD exam are:
MAST (Marine Academy of Science & Technology)
AAHS (Academy of Allied Health & Sciences)
BTHS (Biotechnology High School)
HTHS (High Tech High School)
CHS (Communications High School)
If you’re looking for help regarding one of these schools, you’re in the right place!
Inside Track on the MCVSD
We are the ONLY prep program with more than 10 full-length mock MCVSD exams. In addition to our
& Development team, our full-time, salaried staff of tutors are true MCVSD experts. In fact, four of
most popular MCVSD tutors attended MCVSD schools themselves! We ensure that our students are
in our program by tracking their performance, both in sessions and mock tests. Most importantly,
students who give us feedback about our program tell us that it is stress-free, fun, and
Foley is the fastest growing MCVSD program in Monmouth County; we helped more than 250 current MCVSD
students ace their tests. While we welcome all students, please recognize that many of our clients
"on the bubble" - those who have a reasonably good chance of success. In other words, we are not
to give honest feedback to families along the way.
78% of our preppers were accepted into various MCVSD schools! Here are our acceptance rates
(#accepted/#applied) by school:
The competition is fierce (especially at High Tech High School), so the criteria for selection
demanding. We are very proud of our students who were accepted, and even those who have fallen short
have found working with us very rewarding.
Get a head start - press here to sign up now for an initial diagnostic and let us customize
plan for you.
To book a tutoring appointment or learn more:
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Sessions for the January MCVSD Exam
Our small group (max size 8) math sessions focus on content and strategies to help students test their
best. Foley Prep's proprietary Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, and word problem materials target what's
on the test. Super effective, and a little fun. *Note: This is not a set-schedule program, and students
can attend based on their flexibility and other commitments.
Reading Comprehension/Vocabulary Sessions for the January MCVSD
These small group (max 8 students) sessions will focus on material to prepare students for the English
portion of the MCVSD test. We will cover interpretation of different types of literary pieces --
narratives, poetry, historical, and persuasive -- and teach comprehension skills that save time and
increase efficiency. Additionally, we will strengthen students’ vocabulary by providing them with
quizzes and analogies that will broaden their scope of challenging words. *Note: This is not a
set-schedule class, and students can attend based on their flexibility and other commitments.
The process of applying to the MCVSD program can be a daunting and challenging one, but we are here to
help! Make sure that you and your child attend at least one open house offered by the district in the
fall, as it is a required step when applying to one of the schools. Under the "Important Dates" section,
we’ve compiled the known open house dates and times for all schools.
The breakdown of the application is as follows:
15% Grade 7 (full year) transcript (out of a possible 15 points)
15% Grade 8 first-marking period transcript (out of a possible 15 points)
70% admissions test (out of a possible 70 points)
35 points for Math, 35 points for English
While test scores are most important (there is also a personal statement that doesn’t factor into the
100-point schematic), it’s imperative that your child’s transcripts are strong and provide as many
points out of 30 as possible. Many of our applicants had 28 or 29 already from these two categories, so
they were able to find a little leeway on the test results. Still, a minimum score of 89% (62-63 points
out of 70) is recommended to compete with students from the same district and those considered
Here’s Liam teaching one of the MCVSD sessions in