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8 Things I Wish I Knew Before My Freshmen Year of College
By Noodle Staff They say that hindsight is 20/20, and I guess that's a phrase for a reason. Especially when it comes to your freshman 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 for our first year of college.  College is a brand new experience and along with it comes lots of new situations. It’s normal to make mistakes and these mistakes absolutely help us grow. The following is a selection of some of the th
12 April, 2021
The IEP Decoded: A Parent’s Guide By A Special Education Teacher
If your child is being evaluated for a learning disability, you may feel overwhelmed by the new terms you have to learn and the documentation you must complete. Rest assured that you are not alone in feeling this way.  Any process that is brand new can feel stressful and that feeling is magnified when the process is vital your child’s success. In this article, you’ll learn what’s covered by an IEP, how to understand its terminology, and how to ensure that your son or daughter receives the suppor
05 April, 2021
How to Tackle Test Anxiety: An Interview with Noodle Pro, Jonathan Arak
By Casey Loalbo Are you immediately overcome by fear of failure right before it's time to take an important test?  Do you find yourself having negative thoughts and maybe even experiencing physical symptoms?  Racing thoughts, excessive sweating and dry mouth are just a few of the somatic symptoms experienced by some individuals who suffer from test anxiety. If this sounds familiar, you are not alone.  Test-taking can evoke these feelings and symptoms and sometimes, it can be difficult to unders
31 March, 2021
How To Tackle the College Application Process
By Casey Loalbo The college admissions process can feel overwhelming—and for good reason. Most students have never been through anything quite like it and, naturally, that can cause a bit of anxiety and trepidation.  The great news? It does not have to be that way! While lots and lots of individualized and specific planning goes into the college admissions process, the actual application process does not have to feel insurmountable.  In this article, I’ll break the college application into 5 ma
23 March, 2021
How To Understand Twice-Exceptional Kids: An Expert’s Guide
Tedra Osell, PhD The word “gifted” is arguably one of the most misunderstood terms in education. Most people think that gifted kids are straight-A students, and many believe that these children’s abilities are primarily the result of pushy or privileged parents. Even teachers sometimes hold these misconceptions because, in the past (and, unfortunately, in some school districts today), gifted programs were often made up primarily of “teacher-pleasers” — bright, conscientious kids who follow ins
15 March, 2021
What are SAT and ACT Score Ranges for the top colleges and universities?
03/10/2021 College admissions at top schools seem to only keep getting more competitive. Students looking to attend one of these extremely selective schools need to prepare an application that is strong in all of its components. That includes standardized test scores. Standardized testing, unfortunately, causes a lot of anxiety for high school students. Luckily, with enough preparation, standardized tests can become the least stressful part of the college admissions process. What Scores do
10 March, 2021