Webinars and Information Sessions
Duke TIP offers webinars and information sessions about many of our programs and benefits of participation. Some of these have been recorded and posted for public listening and viewing at any time. (We also have webinars and information sessions about our 4th–6th Grade Talent Search.)
More webinars will be announced soon.
Previously recorded webinars
An overview of the results summary, how to better understand how students performed on the ACT and SAT relative to their peers, and Duke TIP benefits.
Recorded February 7, 2018. 33 minutes long.
An overview of how to identify and invite qualified students to participate in the 7th Grade Talent Search.
Recorded August 30, 2017. 16 minutes long.
Webinars and information sessions in English and Spanish with information about Jack Kent Cooke's Young Scholars Program.
For parents and educators. Information regarding the Score Results Summary, understanding how seventh grade students performed on the ACT or SAT relative to their peers, and benefits offered at Duke TIP.
Recorded February 8, 2017. 30 minutes long.
Previously recorded information sessions
Information on how to qualify for and to enroll in the Duke TIP 7th Grade Talent Search, and the benefits offered.
Recorded September 11, 2017. 25 minutes long.
The staff members of Duke TIP's Educational Programs discuss the TIP Summer Studies experience.
Recorded May 22, 2017. 61 minutes long.
Christoph Guttentag, dean of undergraduate admissions for Duke University, discusses what parents and students can do to prepare for the challenges and opportunities of the college selection process.
Recorded May 22, 2017. 72 minutes long.
Students qualify for the 7th Grade Talent Search by scoring at or above the 95th percentile on a grade-level standardized test. Enrollment provides benefits that last through the end of high school, including the opportunity to take the ACT or SAT, specialized publications, college prep advice, and access to educational programs.