Knowing the answer can help you plan ahead
All across the country, high school seniors are anxiously awaiting college admission decision letters. After years of hard work, for them, the end of an era and the beginning of adult life are in sight. However, for most other students, the college admissions process is somewhere between around the corner and years away.
It is never too early to think about preparing for college. One of the easiest ways to prepare for acceptance is to consider what college admissions boards are actually interested in...
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A free, short and simple guide to the basics of college admissions
In this free guide you will learn about the basics of college admissions, including:
- Admissions factors and how schools make decisions
- The role of test scores and GPA
- The competitive landscape - a glimpse at admissions statistics at select schools
For the last few years, I've had the privilege of serving on the Washington DC board of the International Dyslexia Association. Last Saturday, our chapter hosted an amazing conference titled Overcoming Obstacles, Reading, Attention, and Executive Function where I learned about a fantastic new study app...
As a parent, you may have found yourself telling your student something along the lines of, "If you get an 'A' on your Biology test, I'll take you shopping," or, "Clean your room and I'll allow you to play video games for an hour." There has been debate over the years as to whether rewards yield beneficial, long-term results, or just short-term solutions. Let's take a look...
SAT Critical Reading is notorious for the dullness of its passages, the esoteric nature of its vocabulary, and "tricky" questions. But here's something really important for students to realize about SAT Critical reading: the questions are not difficult - it's the answers that are difficult!