Creating a semester plan and finding ways to stay motivated and on track can be instrumental in your test prep success.
When determining whether to get your bachelor’s, associate, or both, a number of factors should be taken into consideration.
Who says you’re too old to get an award? Certainly, not us!
Make sure you're on track with this college application checklist.
It's important to remember that the sooner you begin mapping out your own individualized plan for the college admissions process, the sooner you'll be on your way to college success!
Senior year is easily the most overwhelming for high school students but staying organized will guarantee a solid finish.
Before you apply for early decision, make sure you've made the right decision.
Make a strategy on how you’ll approach this semester - and follow it.
Remember, the earlier you begin, the easier it will be.
Asking for a college commitment so early in the senior year may rush a decision when a student does not have all the information needed to make an informed decision.
You should be thinking about college...
Everybody is different: early decision and early action might be right for one student, but could be a mistake for another.
Graduate students are considered "students," not "employees" so they can't unionize. But, many are hoping to change this with a new petition.
Balance your senior year and the graduate school application process.
Prepare for the LSAT by knowing when and how to take it.
Get to know the format, test dates and price.
When he or she comes to you (as most smart students do) asking you to help edit his or her personal statement, don’t panic!
Check out the 2016 - 2017 SAT and ACT test dates.
Academics are important, but they aren't everything!
By taking AP courses, you’re demonstrating to the college that you are able to handle a college level course while you’re still in high school.