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FSU Released their Final Freshmen Decisions

Monday, March 23, 2015

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You clicked SUBMIT. NOW what?

Wednesday, October 15, 2014



Regardless of a college’s deadline date, do not wait until the night before to submit the application!
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Applying to UF or FSU? Then you'll need to complete the SSAR

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Applying to UF or FSU? Don’t forget to complete your SSAR (Student Self-Reported Academic Record) instead of sending your official high school transcript. In fact, don’t send a transcript unless you’re accepted and make a commitment to attend one of these universities. 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

The Economic Value of Test Prep

Thursday, October 02, 2008

As families face tough economic decisions, they sacrifice their children’s exta-curricular and enrichment programs. Elite athletic travel teams are forced to fold as once-popular tournaments shrink in number or disappear. That trend is mirrored in academic areas. Test preparation for college entrance (SAT/ACT) and AP exams falls to the wayside, too. Yet few families realize the long-term financial repercussions that such decisions about exams can have. Read More

Blame it on the SAT!

Monday, September 22, 2008

Do you wonder why Florida seniors often have trouble getting into their first-choice colleges? Blame it on the SAT! Read More