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10 Books To Help Your Child Cope With Difficult Issues
09 February, 2021
All children are bound to experience difficult events as they grow up: family members becoming ill or passing away; divorce or separation; moves that takes them away from the familiar comfort of home. In these moments of great sadness and struggle, parents and caregivers might wonder what can be done to ease children’s pain. When complex situations arise before children develop the ability to articulate their emotions, books can help them feel less alone and more at ease with feelings of anger,
Why Good Grades Don’t Always Match Good Test Scores
21 January, 2021
Grades and test scores do not always agree; generally speaking, school grades usually reflect better performance and higher achievement than test scores. Still, when it comes to admissions decisions, test score certainly play a role.
3 Solid Strategies For Deciding When to Take Your SAT or ACT
07 December, 2020
Determining when it’s best to take the SAT (developed and produced by College Board, like the PSAT) or the ACT (developed and produced by really comes down to when you’ll have time to prepare for the college admissions process and to properly organize your junior and senior year priorities.
Do SAT Subject Tests Actually Matter?
30 November, 2020
The Subject Tests are a series of one-hour exams that focus on a variety of academic subjects.
How to Make a Career Change at 40 and Still Succeed
23 November, 2020
One would imagine that at 40, you are already approaching the peak of your career. If you have started a career choice after college in your twenties or graduate school in your thirties, by forty, you would have established yourself in your chosen career path. What then happens if you feel you need to make a career change at this age? While we will not ignore the challenges involved in changing careers mostly when you have gone a long way in one career path, we would like to put it out there th
10 Things NOT to Do on a College Application
19 November, 2020
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.
Why Good Grades Don’t Always Match Good Test Scores
16 November, 2020
Often, grades are not the best predictors of standardized test scores. How can this be? Shouldn't good grades mean good test scores?
SAT vs ACT: Which One Should I Take?
09 November, 2020
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.
Why the “Why This College?” Question Matters — And How to Answer It
09 November, 2020
Why do you want to attend this school? If you've already began the college admissions process, then you know the importance of this question on your college application.
The 11 Social-Emotional Skills Every Kid Should Have
02 November, 2020
When I think about a superhero, I imagine someone who is strong, resilient, and honest. Someone who cares about others and is willing to stand up for what she believes in. These skills, this understanding of values that help us build meaningful relationships with those around us, are part of a field referred to as social-emotional learning. There is increasing research [] {: target="_blank" rel="nofol
8 Things I Wish I Knew Before My Freshmen Year of College
30 October, 2020
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.
Halloween Edition: Are You Smarter Than Your High Schooler
30 October, 2020
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″]