Make an effort to be friends with your roommates. Even though it sounds cliché, having a good relationship with your roommates can make or break your year. Try to develop this relationship early on and even if the two (or more) of you have little in common at least try to be as friendly as you… Continue reading 10 Tips for Surviving Your First Year of College
Our Fall SAT Class is starting soon. Our August SAT class went super well. We had a great group of juniors and seniors who worked hard and accomplished tons. Now, we're gearing up for our Fall SAT Prep Class. Fall is a busy time for juniors and seniors - the start of the school year,… Continue reading SAT Prep Class Starts September 23rd
1. Brainstorm Ideas. Look, I get it! It’s almost summer break and the LAST thing that you want to be thinking about is your college admissions essay…but you have to! Unfortunately, it isn’t just going to write itself. I can remember being a high school junior (way back in the dark ages) and thinking that… Continue reading 5 Steps for Writing an Amazing College Admissions Essay
Should you take those too? And, what are the SAT Subject tests? As if junior and senior years aren’t stressful enough with college admissions craziness, now you may need to add SAT Subject tests (formerly called SAT II tests) to your list of things to do. Fear not! Many schools don’t require Subject tests for… Continue reading What about SAT Subject Tests?
By Jean-Marie Gard; originally posted on Ready4 blog July 2016. College visits, applications, and standardized tests, oh my! There are so many decisions facing college-bound juniors and seniors. It can be daunting! One of the predominant questions students ask is: ACT or SAT – which test should I take? Many students puzzle over this and… Continue reading ACT or SAT? That is the Question