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February 1, 2016
Posted by ben | in College Applications | Comments ()
October 15, November 1, November 15, December 1, January 1, February 1 – these dates have come and gone, and with them so have many college application deadlines. If you’re a current high school senior, it’s possible you have...
January 28, 2016
Posted by Ned Johnson | in Test Anxiety | Comments ()
I have to do well on this test. I have no idea how I am going to do it. Yikes, my whole future depends on it! If I blow this test, everything I’ve worked for means nothing.   If I don’t get into School X, I don’t...
January 26, 2016
Posted by ben | in SAT | Comments ()
12) Watching sledding fail videos beats watching Khan Academy videos. 11) Hot cocoa is there if you freeze up. 10) Family is less annoying than the kid kicking your chair. 9) Vocabulary and spelling don't matter. #Snowzilla #Snowmageddon #...
January 22, 2016
Posted by ryan.warren | in How it Works, SAT, Test Prep | Comments ()
How do I know if the SAT will be canceled for Saturday? 1. Look for an email from College Board. When a school cancels its weekend activities, it notifies College Board, which in turn emails registered students. 2. Visit College Board at https...
January 19, 2016
Posted by ryan.warren | in SAT | Comments ()
It’s the time of year for showdowns among heavyweights: Brady vs. Manning... Clinton vs. Sanders... Cruz vs. Trump... SAT vs. Snow... Wait, what?!? Well, if you are a high school junior or the parent of one, you may well know that the final...
January 13, 2016
By John Jones Congratulations! Most of us have (almost) made it!  For most of our families, the hectic secondary school testing season is over.  The juggling act involving grades, school activities, athletics, family commitments, test...
January 12, 2016
Posted by Ned Johnson | in PSAT | Comments ()
   
December 21, 2015
Posted by ryan.warren | in GRE | Comments ()
Perfectionism is a funny thing. Just as it motivates us to uncompromising excellence, it undercuts our feeling of adequacy. As it gives us insight as to how one task can be improved, it blinds us to other tasks. It artificially divides our...
December 18, 2015
Posted by ben | in Admissions | Comments ()
Hey undergraduates, thinking of grad school!? The winter months are a good time to start planning your next course of academic action.  Pursing a graduate degree is all about developing your expertise so, first, make sure you are deeply...
December 8, 2015
Posted by Jeff Knox | in College Applications | Comments ()
Early Decision and Early Action Notifications are beginning to trickle out now! Here’s how to respond. Many students take advantage of early deadlines for a number of reasons, and there are a few responses that might be released in early to...
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