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You’ve likely heard the advice to make sure you include a “safety” school in your college list. I’ll start by saying I hate the term “safety school” because it makes those colleges seem like inferior choices—places a student might end Read more…


This is a guest post by John Obstander, There are many things you can do to prepare yourself for a student life in a college. Follow simple and effective guidelines that will help you get the most out of available opportunities Read more…


Over winter break I watched my own daughter, a high school senior, work to catch up on online coursework she had put off. She is not alone. Many high school students are taking online courses to supplement their regular school Read more…


Sometimes in working on the details of the college admissions process, we forget the big picture. With SAT and ACT scores, extracurriculars, class rank, letters of recommendation, and so many other factors, it is easy to loose sight of which Read more…


Just last week, I had multiple clients ask me which calculators they should purchase for the school year. We were working on preparing for the ACT and SAT in these situations and I know how having the right calculator can Read more…


The ACT is changing the way it offers extended time for testers who have a diagnosed disability. These changes will take place with the September 2018 exam. If you have a student or know someone who needs extended time for Read more…

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