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Sorry, but there's no shortcut to this equation: You + Hard Work + Studying + Motivation = Graduation
Fun is only fun if you’re smart about it!
We’re guessing it can’t be easy to get to class while dodging paparazzi.
It’s no secret that the competition to get into the most prestigious colleges is at its peak, which goes to say that activities on college apps has never been more necessary.
Here are some suggestions on what to do over Spring Break your senior year of high school.
But, wouldn’t we be able to tackle that much more of said-plates if we had an adequate night’s sleep every night? Science says yes.
If you forgot that you need a passport for your upcoming trip, there are still ways you can make it happen.
Your college career center is filled with abundant opportunities!
Utilize these strategic college search tips to make yours that much easier!
Believe it or not, you're more prepared to take on college courses than you think!
Focus on these goals, and you will likely have a successful - and wonderful - second semester your senior year of high school!
Take a few deep breaths, we’re going to get through this!
Spring semester has arrived and, if you’re looking for a fresh start, you’re in luck!
With the New Year ringing in, people make promises or resolutions so that their year can start off with a bang.
Although your biggest priority should be planning a well-balanced schedule that helps you work towards your goals, if possible, it is a great idea to plan your days around your personal biological clock.
Don't panic if you've been deferred from the college of your dreams! Instead, become proactive to ensure you get off that deferral list, building a stronger application one step at a time.
There are a few things to keep in mind when narrowing your options – they might just bring back your sanity!
Resolutions following these guidelines will actually start to make you feel happier, healthier and, unbelievably, life will seem sunnier even on the gloomiest of days.
In addition to resources like Fastweb and your school counselors, there is always help to be found from your parents.
If you read your essays and conclude that it's your very best effort, admissions officers will likely see that, too.