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Go beyond the typical campus tour! Arrange to do these things to get a better idea of campus life.
Spring is the perfect time for students to visit prospective colleges and universities.
Start learning these skills now so you can practice for the remainder of your high school career.
Help calm down any anxiety your parents may be experiencing about you being in college.
Since most colleges have schedules that differ from high schools, visiting on your spring break is a great tactic because you'll get to see the school while there's still life on campus.
You should undoubtedly clean up your social media presence, but how much do colleges really look at your posts?
February and March are tense within the world of college admissions - for all involved parties.
Take advice with a grain of salt and be aware of these myths!
How to provide the support your child needs throughout the admissions process.
These steps can help you create your own personalized snapshot of schools you’re considering and whether or not you should continue to consider them at all.
By taking a few simple steps before the SAT, you can set your mind at ease and increase your chances of success.
It’s important to find standardized test dates for the SAT and ACT that work for your schedule and sign up before the deadlines!
January is the start of a New Year and a new semester. Which means, you have the unique advantage of a fresh start in more than one way! How cool is that?
You've got 99 problems but tuition isn't one at these schools!
Take advantage of the winter to see what sort of temperatures you will likely battle, as well as how each campus defines the “winter blues.”
Take a look at what’s changing on the exam so you can be better prepared.
Why should you prepare for the PSAT? The primary reasons are simple – to potentially gain scholarships and to definitely gain practice for your college entrance exams.
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.
Applying to college is a stressful experience, and one with a wealth of conflicting information.
Choosing a college or university is often a matter of exposure, luck and research.