Getting ready for life after high school can be incredibly exciting! It can also be overwhelming, given that you have to make significant personal and financial decisions for your future all while juggling your school work and personal life. It’s a lot to handle, but...
Getting Ready for Your AP Exams
**UPDATED FOR 2023! Taking Advanced Placement courses in high school is a great way to challenge yourself, impress admission officers, and earn college credit that can allow you to skip general education courses and potentially reduce tuition costs. The last challenge...
Writing the Perfect College Essay – Tips, Techniques and Strategies
If you are in the process of applying to college, the essay or personal statement is just one more thing to add to your neverending to-do list. Since the essay is not as important as grades or test scores, it can be tempting to put it off or put in the minimal amount...
Your Ideal Test Prep Timeline
Your schedule is packed with classes, sports, clubs, and other responsibilities, so it’s tricky to work out the ideal timeline for test prep. Don’t worry! We have it covered. Find out when to take a diagnostic practice test, complete a test prep course or tutoring,...
Summer 2021: Preparing for College Applications Webinar
We’re going to talk about is what should parents of sophomores (current sophomores who will be juniors next year), what should they be thinking about at this time, and what should the kids be thinking about in terms of how to use their summer.
Test Optional Tips and Trends
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, there were 1,070 colleges that allowed applicants to choose whether or not to submit SAT or ACT scores. Over the past year, about 700 more colleges temporarily suspended their test score requirements, and at least half of those schools are currently considering extending their test optional policies. Despite the fact that life is slowly returning to normal, test optional policies seem poised to continue for the foreseeable future. How have test optional policies impacted students? Who should still take the SAT or ACT? What are other ways, besides test scores, to stand out?
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