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10 Things NOT to Do on a College Application
When it comes time for you to apply to college, there are certain common mistakes you should always avoid, from typos to asking the wrong teacher for a letter of recommendation. Read to learn how you can prevent some of these common college application mistakes.
19 November, 2020
SAT vs ACT: Which One Should I Take?
People have started choosing the SAT or ACT based on strategy and information. Leading us to the question: How do you determine which test is the best fit for you? The best way to determine which test is best for a given student is to have the student take both tests or a diagnostic assessment.
09 November, 2020
8 Things I Wish I Knew Before My Freshmen Year of College
When it comes to your first year of college, there are definitely a few pieces of advice that we all wish we got before stepping onto campus for the first time. While some things you just have to learn from experience, here are 8 things I wish I knew before I started my first year of college.
30 October, 2020
Halloween Edition: Are You Smarter Than Your High Schooler
Happy Halloween! Here are two terrifying questions inspired by recent tests, a blood-curdling ACT and a spine-chilling SAT. Try them only if you dare. [quiz-cat id=”7229″]
30 October, 2020
Tips for Tackling Test Anxiety: An Interview with Noodle Pro, Jonathan Arak
Right before it's time to take an important test, are you immediately overcome by fear of failure?  Do you find yourself having negative thoughts and maybe even experiencing physical symptoms?  You are not alone.  Test-taking can evoke these feelings and symptoms and sometimes, it can be difficult to understand the causes of test anxiety. Test anxiety is a psychological condition in which people experience extreme distress and anxiety in test-taking situations. While many people experience some
29 October, 2020
Feminism for First-Graders, and Other Ways to Support Early Gender Equity
Experts in child development and social psychology tell us that most children don't embrace a gender identity until they're about 2 or 3 years old. If you are not fixed on relatively recent trends in color palettes, a baby’s sex should really only be an issue at diaper-changing or bath times.
20 October, 2020