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Parents’ discussion guide: Questions to ask your student’s academic advisor

Help to set your teen up for success by starting an ongoing conversation with their school counselor or academic advisor. If you’re speaking with a school counselor for the first time, you might be a little unsure of what to … Continue reading

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Sharpen your number 2 pencil

Prepping for the SAT and ACT The SAT and ACT may be intimidating, but having the right tools at your disposal can help you feel prepared for the challenge. Whether you’ve already started studying or have yet to open a … Continue reading

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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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Are you ready for the test?

If you’re a high school junior, you know that prepping for the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) or ACT (originally an abbreviation of American College Testing) is going to be a big part of your year. Things have changed since your… Continue reading

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Test Preparation

…And we’re going to rule the school! —Betty Rizzo If you remember that line from the movie Grease, you are dating yourself for sure! And even though a lot of today’s high school seniors have probably never seen or heard… Continue reading

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Studying up for standardized tests

PSAT, ACT, SAT…those acronyms can be pretty intimidating when you know that they’re a factor to college admission and, in some cases, scholarship opportunities. With so much on the line, it’s important to know the basics of each test and… Continue reading

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