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Category Archives: Preparing for college
As you’re aware, the SAT and ACT are right around the corner. By now your students may feel comfortable in the standardized test arena, but may not feel confident about the two with the biggest stakes. Here are five useful … Continue reading
If your senior wants a final chance to take the SAT or ACT test, be sure he or she gets registered by the deadlines. You can help your student prepare for these tests by encouraging them to study and take … Continue reading
Senior year is a busy time for students as they get ready for college. Fall of senior year is a good time for parents to step in and help lay out the roadmap of the goals and deadlines that will … Continue reading
As you begin your junior year, your academics are still critical, but it’s time to also consider how your extracurricular activities could improve your chances of being accepted into your dream college. If you need to work, don’t worry. Having … Continue reading
The upcoming school year is approaching fast, and there’s no question that you have a lot on your plate. By simply outlining your academic year, you can equip yourself to better prepare your students for college. Here are six ideas … Continue reading
Your junior year is a good time to start preparing in earnest for college, and making a step-by-step plan to work through next year’s applications. Meet with your school counselor about the year ahead. Ensure that your courses and your … Continue reading
As students enter the homestretch of high school, it’s not unusual for them to start feeling burned out and unmotivated—in other words, they might develop a case of senioritis. Senior year grades and test scores are still important, even after … Continue reading