About Us

Our Mission Statement:
To provide students a practical, effective, and valid method of analyzing and improving their test-taking skills. We do so by melding scientific research with sophisticated product offerings, promoting success for customers of varying educational levels.

Lawrence Lewandowski Lawrence Lewandowski, Ph.D.
Dr. Lewandowski is a Professor of Psychology and Meredith Professor for Teaching Excellence at Syracuse University, as well as a clinical professor at Upstate Medical University in the departments of Psychiatry and Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He is a licensed psychologist, former school psychologist, and teacher of high school and college students for 30 years. He has published over 100 professional articles, chapters and books in the areas of reading, learning, testing, disability assessment, and computer-based learning interventions. His current research examines factors that affect test-taking abilities and test accommodations for students with disabilities. 
Joshua Gordon Joshua Gordon
Joshua is a Cornell Engineering graduate with over ten years of experience designing, building, and supporting custom software applications. He is an expert at working with Access, SQL Server, and Oracle database systems as well as various programming/scripting languages. One of the original developers of TestTracker, he has seen the project through since its inception. Joshua has received awards for his intuitive designs and has spoken about entrepreneurship and software design in this country and abroad.
Michael Gordon Michael Gordon, Ph.D.
Dr. Gordon is Chief Clinical Child psychologist, Director of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Services, and Director of the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders Program at the SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York. He is an international authority on the assessment and management of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Among his many publications, he co-edited the book, Accommodations in higher education under the Americans with Disabilities Act: A no-nonsense guide for clinicians, educators, administrators, and lawyers. In collaboration with a consortium of other researchers, he has developed a research program to explore the conceptualization and assessment of impairment in clinical and normal populations.
Dr. Gordon is a recognized expert in the development of psychological tests. He is the originator of a standardized test of attention and self control, the Gordon Diagnostic System. This measure is used worldwide in clinical and school settings.
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