This summer I’m working on posting a couple short videos to the College Prep Results Facebook page each week. I’m sharing tips from my college visits (with my 16 year old!) and answers to common test prep questions.
If you haven’t already, follow the College Prep Results Facebook page where you can ask questions and find more test prep and college planning resources. (https://www.facebook.com/CollegePrepLLC/)
Here’s a quick video explaining the must have materials to prepare for the ACT, PSAT/SAT. I also share info on what books to avoid and free options to help you figure out which test is right for you.
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Hi Megan, Your newsletter is helpful as always! I had questions about your test prep schedule. I know we’re still finishing up this year but should my daughter plan to start the August classes when you offer them next school year? Or a different time? Is August too early for a junior? Are you really […]
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I’ve started a dozen versions of this article. In each, I try to balance the variations when students’ wants conflict with what they should take to be best prepared for college (and most competitive in the admissions process.) Why so many drafts? There isn’t one simple answer to course selection questions. When I meet a […]
The cost of college is always an issue. Even families with comfortable incomes and some savings worry about how they will afford a university education in today’s market where the typical four-year degree can cost $25K / year at a top state school or $60K / year at some private colleges. International universities can offer […]
Every spring thousands of students receive rejection letters from colleges and universities. While it is disappointing, particularly when a top choice school sends a rejection letter, there are steps students can take to manage upsetting news and move forward in the admissions process. Acknowledge Disappointment It is upsetting. No one wants to get a rejection […]
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Standardized tests can be a key factor in college admission and scholarship awards. As a result, students often take the SAT or ACT more than once, attempting to earn the highest scores possible. Understanding how colleges view multiple attempts at these tests can help you decide if you should take one again Multiple Attempts Are […]
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