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    October Checklist for High School Juniors

    October Checklist for High School Juniors
    By now, the semester is underway and you should be somewhat organized in your each of your classes. However, you should always be thinking about what you can be doing to prep for college throughout your year! Now is the time to evaluate what you can do this month to continue your focus on the college planning process. Here are some ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +31
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    October Checklist for High School Seniors

    October Checklist for High School Seniors
    It’s hard to believe it, but the first semester of your senior year is underway. It’s fall and the college application process is in full gear. Now that you’re settled in your senior year classes, it’s time to really start focusing on both the college applications and admissions processes. While it may seem daunting, it’s much more manageable once broken down ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +31
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    Getting Into College with Bad Grades

    Getting Into College with Bad Grades
    Have bad grades? Believe it or not, it’s not always the end-all, be-all in terms of gaining entry into the college of your dreams. Don’t give up! Attempt to combat your admissions struggle by considering these helpful tips: Submit an explanation (in certain cases) - First, consider why your grades were, um, less than stellar. College admissions officers don’t want to ...
    Published almost 2 years ago | Rated: +32
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    2015 – 2016 SAT and ACT Test Dates: Are You Registered?

    2015 – 2016 SAT and ACT Test Dates: Are You Registered?
    As you gear up for back to school, it’s also time to gear up for the college search. One of the most tedious and strenuous components of the process are standardized tests; and believe it or not, test dates are rapidly approaching. If you’re a senior in high school, try to take either the SAT or ACT as early as possible ...
    Published 27 days ago | Rated: +10
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    How to Fail an Exam

    How to Fail an Exam
    If you don’t care about your college career or passing your exams, feel free to follow these steps, so you can develop poor test-taking habits and start to fail all of your quizzes, midterms and final exams. From there, you can be sure to fail pretty much all of your classes. We’re not really sure why that would be your goal ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +30
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    6 Helpful Apps for Graduate Students

    6 Helpful Apps for Graduate Students
    Graduate students are living in a golden age of note-taking, organizing and research thanks to the ever constant improvement and development of apps geared toward making life – and life as a student, at that – easier. From notes to storage to presentations, app stores provide a plethora of options for grad students, and we’ve highlighted some of the most helpful. ...
    Published 26 days ago | Rated: +9
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    Don't Forget to Do These 3 Things Your Senior Year!

    Don't Forget to Do These 3 Things Your Senior Year!
    After three long years of ceaseless studying, homework assignments, and test taking, you finally rule the school. It’s a busy, exciting time filled with trips, prom, and, most exciting of all, graduation: it’s senior year! Given all of the merriment senior year elicits, it’s easy to get carried away celebrating, especially after you receive your college admission decisions. However, it’s critical ...
    Published 26 days ago | Rated: +11
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    Tips to Start Your AP Class on the Right Foot

    Tips to Start Your AP Class on the Right Foot
    For high school students who seek an academic challenge, enrolling in Advanced Placement (AP) courses is the way to go. AP courses not only test students’ knowledge; if students are successful in these demanding courses, college admissions counselors are likely to take notice. With college admission more competitive than ever before, the popularity of AP courses has skyrocketed among high school ...
    Published 26 days ago | Rated: +9
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    Jobs Influencing Students Choice of Major

    Jobs Influencing Students Choice of Major
    Since the beginning of school students are told they can grow up to be whatever they wanted to be. While that is still the case, something is changing that is having students give what it is they want to ‘be’ a second thought. High school and college students today are choosing majors based not only on personality and passion but also ...
    Published 6 months ago | Rated: +8
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    What Colleges Want

    What Colleges Want
    There's a reason college applications are comprised of more than your GPA and test scores. Admissions officers utilize all aspects of the application to assess if you’re right for the school you’re applying to. Who you are and the qualities you possess are important because you’ll become a part of the school, bringing any unique aspects of your individuality along with ...
    Published about 1 month ago | Rated: +39
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    10 High Paying Jobs for Community College Graduates

    10 High Paying Jobs for Community College Graduates
    When time is of the essence, and money makes the world go around, some students don’t have the luxury of attending school for four years, paying room and board as well as fees, and paying off thousands of dollars in student loan debt for decades to come. In fact…who does have that “luxury?” In all seriousness, though, when your desire to ...
    Published 11 months ago | Rated: +18
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    Finding a College That Suits Your Personality

    Finding a College That Suits Your Personality
    What makes a great college experience? For starters, every student is unique. What makes a “great” college experience for one person may not necessarily work for another. That being said, there are factors that the majority of students have in common. For instance, most students would like to attend a school that offers a great education, has a good reputation that ...
    Published 25 days ago | Rated: +25
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    You Can Have It All: Balancing Work and Graduate School

    You Can Have It All: Balancing Work and Graduate School
    Want to go to graduate school but don’t want to leave your current full-time job? What if you could have it both ways? Many students do. One of the pros to doing both at the same time is still receiving a steady income, while the cons add up to little social life and a rigorous schedule. But it can be done ...
    Published 25 days ago | Rated: +11
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    Can Colleges Take Back Their Offers?

    Can Colleges Take Back Their Offers?
    You're halfway through your senior year and you've been accepted into the college of your dreams when suddenly everything goes awry. One slight misstep and you begin to wonder: Have I really risked everything I've ever worked for because of one silly mistake? Is this possible or is it an urban legend? Students often wonder: once accepted into a college, is ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +17
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    Against the Clock

    Against the Clock
    Pacing yourself during standardized tests can be a difficult task. Your adrenaline is at an all-time high, not to mention your nerves. So how do you keep your cool during this difficult task to show what you really know and complete such lengthy exams? Here are some helpful timing tips to help guide you along during the process of standardized test-taking: ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +12
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    Winter Work for High School Juniors

    Winter Work for High School Juniors
    As a high school junior, you've got a lot going on - and even more ahead. Which is why it's important to prepare now so that things will be a little less stressful later. Here's what you should be doing this winter to prepare for your college applications, entrance exams, decisions, senior year and, ultimately, that next exciting step in your ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +24
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    Colleges for Animal Lovers

    Colleges for Animal Lovers
    When August and September roll around, it’s just as difficult to say goodbye to your furry friends as it is Mom and Dad. Unfortunately, the majority of college campuses don’t permit students to house pets in on-campus housing, but some colleges across the country are breaking the mold and merging pet life with student life. After all, pets are known to ...
    Published 3 months ago | Rated: +36
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    SAT Study Tips

    SAT Study Tips
    You've got a lot of pressure to do well on the SAT - it's one of the biggest exams of your life. You know you need to prepare, you know you need to study, but you don't know exactly how to go about doing it. Don't stress, here are five easy ways you can approach the exam preparation process: 1. Practice ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +13
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    Top 10 States with Most Affordable Tuition

    Top 10 States with Most Affordable Tuition
    There are no if’s and’s or but’s about it – college is downright expensive! Thankfully, a little research goes a long way and, with a lot of help from the internet, you can find information on college affordability, financial aid and, even which colleges offer the best bang for your buck. College is so expensive that gaining the benefit of in-state ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +25
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    Your Daily Dose of College Prep

    Your Daily Dose of College Prep
    It’s not always easy to set aside time to think about how to prepare for college and then actually prepare for college. That’s why we created easier ways you can prepare for college without even disrupting your daily routine, so you can go on living life without the hassle of worrying about the future – at least not as much. So, ...
    Published over 1 year ago | Rated: +24
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