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Category Archives: Planning for College
You know college is getting closer when it’s time to start making campus visits with your student. Campus visits are a great way for your student to really get the feel of both a school and its campus. It’s a … Continue reading
Use this summer to take advantage of your down time and find fun, productive activities that can help you get into college. You have many options—here are a few of the more effective ones. Getting a job College admission boards … Continue reading
It’s your student’s last summer at home, so it’s no surprise if you’re feeling a little sentimental—and maybe a little anxious to make some great memories before your student heads off to college. Before you get too overwhelmed with the … Continue reading
It’s almost summertime of your junior year, and as you plan out this summer, make sure you invest your time in ways that pay off long term, instead of just today or next weekend. During the school year, you block … Continue reading
Is your high school junior getting more excited and curious about college? Getting nervous about the upcoming transition? Not sure what type of college will be the right fit? No matter how you answered these questions, making some college campus … Continue reading
You’ve worked hard all through high school, and now the college acceptance letters coming in. How will you choose? Will you go with an elite name, an intimate class size, or the school that works best with your budget? Or … Continue reading
You’ve got your flashcards, highlighters, and stopwatch app ready — but did you know there are other ways to maximize your SAT/ACT study time? Use these five tips to help you prep, so you can walk into test day with … Continue reading
Facing acceptance letters from more than one school can seem like a good problem for a high school senior to have. And it is. But it can be a tough choice to make when your student is wavering between two … Continue reading