The College Board recently announced major changes to the test that most high schoolers dread: the SAT.

College Board president David Coleman is trying to level the playing field for students who can't afford private tutoring lessons and classes.

But for those who can afford it: Anthony Green is the man to call. Green has become one of the most sought after tutors in the country - CNN recently dubbed him "the SAT tutor to the 1%."

Today, he's is in such high demand that he charges up to $650 per hour. But he wasn't always raking in that much cash.

Green started his own company, Test Prep Authority, after years of trial and error inspired by personal experience.

He joined us from New York City to talk about how he became his own boss.

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