Monthly Archives: October 2013

Conquering the SAT and ACT

If you’re a high school junior, the SAT and ACT are a big deal this year. They don’t have to be a source of stress for you, however. By planning ahead and approaching the tests with the right mindset, you’ll … Continue reading

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The importance of prepping for the PSAT

You’ve probably taken plenty of standardized tests in your life so far, but the ones you’ll take this year are different.  The PSAT/NMSQT® (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) is taken at the beginning of your junior year and is … Continue reading

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Navigating college fairs

The decision to go to college has been made and now you ask yourself, “What do I do now?” Besides going on a cross country adventure, how do you learn what there is to know about a college or university … Continue reading

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Leveraging Your Strengths at Work

One of my favorite things about working at Wells Fargo is the value it places in its people. A prime example of this is the access team members are granted to resources that enable us to grow and develop as … Continue reading

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A little low on dough?

October is here and you have settled into the fall semester at college. Everything is going great except you have already gone over budget and money is tight. What to do? This is very common, especially for first year students. … Continue reading

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5 steps toward college

Making the decision to attend college can be life changing.  Once you have made the choice, you then need to figure out how to pay for it which, let’s face it, can be overwhelming.  Many families are not sure how … Continue reading

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Ah, nostalgia…

In late September of my freshman year at college, I got a teary-eyed phone call from a friend 3,000 miles away. She and I had grown up together, but drifted apart at the end of high school, when we both … Continue reading

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