Sometimes, submitting your original score may be preferable to retaking the ACT/SAT.
By taking a few simple actions, you can greatly reduce your stress this coming college application season.
While it may be true that the early bird catches the worm, does prepping early for a standardized college entrance exam mean you’ll nab a higher score?
More than 60 schools have joined in on The Common Application to increase college accessibility for students.
The Common Application has released the 2015-2016 essay prompts, as well as unveiling helpful changes to the essay submission process.
U.S. Supreme Court to rule on race in college admissions.
Where do you stand compared to students across the nation?
In the end, your effort and hard work will be worth it once you have your pick of all your choice schools.
These rumors are about as real as a mythical creature, like the above unicorn. Note: The unicorn pictured above is not real.
Find a school and do what you love.
Fellowships can take your research (and your career) to new heights and some even offer financial and travel rewards.
Save money on college costs with this four-year graduation plan.
Practice for the SAT with the new, free online tool from CollegeBoard and Khan Academy.
Working as a TA can give you the boost you need in financial aid.
Would you bring your pet to college?
Remember, the campus tour is really for your benefit.
Touring campuses during summer can be challenging. Make it worthwhile with these college visit tips.
There is no need to be dismayed about taking the computer-delivered ACT or SAT.
Find out which 220 colleges are still accepting applications for this coming fall 2015 semester.
In addition to the basic sophomore classes required for high school graduation, here are four courses to consider enrolling in for junior year – and ultimately college – success.