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Your student’s junior year of high school is all about doing the prep work for college. Planning for scholarships is an important element of college planning that can start early on during junior year. As a parent, there are several … Continue reading
If this is your first time applying to college, the term “letter of recommendation” may sound like a foreign tongue to you. Not to worry! In this list, we break down everything you need to know about letters of recommendation … Continue reading
Senior year is when college starts to get real for many students. As they start digging into the details, the importance of securing scholarship money may become clearer. Though they need to take the lead in the search, there are … Continue reading
Applying to college isn’t something you do every day. With so much information about admissions online, it can be a lot of work just to find a place to begin your research. Luckily, we’ve got a few tips to guide … Continue reading
As exam season gears up, you’re bound to ask “Which will I do better on, the SAT or ACT?” Each test has its own tone, format, and emphasis — so you could gain an advantage by taking the one that … Continue reading
Know yourself, be yourself, and believe in yourself. College interviews can be a key piece that helps both students and schools determine if they are the right match for one another. So what can students do to help ensure a … Continue reading
As you’re aware, the SAT and ACT are right around the corner. By now your students may feel comfortable in the standardized test arena, but may not feel confident about the two with the biggest stakes. Here are five useful … Continue reading