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Score at the Top Blog

SAT for HS Juniors and Seniors: Apps and more

Monday, September 30, 2013

For many high school juniors and seniors, it's time to start thinking ahead to college. The SAT test helps juniors and seniors get a step closer to the college of their choice. Read More

Who Gets in & Why

Monday, September 16, 2013

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Academic Success is Virtually Assured with One of These Top New Laptops

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Laptops are almost as essential to the academic success of today's high school and college students as textbooks and teachers. Laptops give students an edge in the competitive world of higher education.They help with research, writing professional-looking papers, multi-media presentations, and interacting with teachers and other students through academic forums and chat rooms. You want your kids to do well in school--to be their best in today's world. For this, they are going to need a laptop, plain and simple. Read More

Florida Schools Change their GPA Calculations for Admissions

Friday, September 13, 2013

Think you know your GPA? Guess again! Colleges rarely use the GPA that you see on your transcript; rather, they recalculate it using criteria that are essential to their specific admissions decision-making process. Since your academic record is the #1 factor in college admissions, it's important for you to evaluate it in the same way colleges do – and to be certain that you're also “calculating” which colleges are the right ones for you!  Read More

How Changes to the University of Florida’s Freshman Admissions Procedure Affect YOU!

Friday, September 06, 2013

The University of Florida has made a major adjustment to the admissions process for undergraduates this year. Admissions representatives from UF are calling it SAR: the Self-Reported Academic Record. In the past, the University of Florida, like most universities, required applicants to have transcripts sent directly to the university. That is no longer the case. As of 2013, applicants are required to enter their courses and grades from grades 9-11 and in-progress courses from grade 12 into a form that is part of the online application.  Read More