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Twitter's Top Ten for College Admission

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

College-bound students are bound in another way – their connection to social media. Among the media, Twitter has gained tremendous favor in providing an array of up-to-date information to assist a student and family with college planning. Here are just a few of our favorites for students: Read More

College Board News about a Change in AP Exam Score Reporting!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Like many service organizations seeking to speed communications while reducing expenses, the College Board is streamlining their communication to students. The upcoming May 2013 AP exam scores will be reported online in July, and will not be sent in the mail. Read More

The Secret Test (?)

Monday, April 08, 2013
the College Board’s SAT Subject Tests.  Read More

What is Your Teacher Adding to Your College Application with a Recommendation Letter?

Friday, April 05, 2013

In a number of public universities where applications total well over 35,000 (gulp) each fall, there’s no time to read letters of recommendation. After all, who would write a lousy reference? What purpose would a letter serve beyond the transcript, personal essays and the application data? University of Florida and Florida State, for instance, don’t want your recommendation letters. Nor do many other schools.  Read More

How Parents Can Prepare Their Students for College

Thursday, April 04, 2013

In a few short years your baby is going to graduate high school. Although college is the last thing from their minds right now, help them get a jump start at researching, applying and narrowing down their career interests so they have the best chance of getting accepted into their top pick school. Encourage your child to take AP courses, SAT tests and fine-tune their application essay skills. Read More