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.
Sure, it'd be nice if everyone's career path was simple - but that's not the way it works. So why don't colleges stop acting like it works that way?
The key to getting everything you need to done is time management, prioritizing, and organizing.
Deciding on what college you want to attend is a serious decision and a good amount of time is necessary in making it.
While you can’t take the exams for them (yes, we know you’ve thought about it) you can help ease their exam anxieties in other ways.
Letters of recommendation are an important step in the college admissions process and can make a huge difference in your college application.
Utilize the summer between your junior and senior year in high school to prepare for your college search and the college admissions process.
The key to a successful gap year is to begin your planning early.
College admissions officers tend to view IB diplomas very favorably, as they require a great deal of dedication and effort.
Follow this college prep timeline for a successful senior year.
Don't fall behind; get ahead with these college resources.
While students should be certain they will attend the college or university before applying Early Decision if accepted, life often gets in the way.
When you can't take an AP class, the secret to a high score on the AP exam is self-discipline and ample prep.
You're in quite the conundrum. What should you do?
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 ...
"What's your major?" No question causes college students so much angst. But this doesn't have to be the case. Take the right steps to select the major that fits your goals. ...
Deciding on a major doesn't have to be stressful -- here's why.
Many college students ask "how do you plan academics around a career?"
You’re bored in your classes. You’re not doing well. You realize that when you were a freshman, you had no idea what you were doing. All signs point to one solution: ...
January, February and some of March aren’t just dull months in terms of weather but also in the admissions process. After months of standardized testing, campus visits and arduous applications it ...