Early Childhood Education: The Building Blocks (literally!)

Early Childhood Education: The Building Blocks (literally!)

With so many schedules and plans in flux, a few constants endure. One of them: the first five years of a child’s life remain the most critical for brain development. In a world of social distancing and remote learning, many parents are taking a fresh look at Early Childhood Education.…

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Pro-tips For Tackling Virtual Learning

Pro-tips for tackling virtual learning

First semester is a GO and new challenges await! While it might not be the fall term you envisioned, we have a few tips to help you make the most of virtual learning. Get ahead on academics with these simple tips: Set daily goals. Grab a calendar and set dedicated…

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The College Essay In The Time Of Covid-19

The College Essay in the time of Covid-19

It’s safe to say that the summer of 2020 isn’t going as planned. Perhaps you had an internship that was cancelled or switched to online. Maybe you had planned to attend a residential education program on a college campus or work in a science lab. Maybe you were planning on…

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The Tools You Need To Optimize Your Test Prep

The tools you need to optimize your test prep

“I’m just not a good test taker.” We’ve all heard this phrase tossed around before. Many think that standardized test scores are stamped right there on our DNA strands, some of us with a natural propensity to achieve and others left without a paddle.  And while, sure, some students might…

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Building The Foundation For SAT/ACT Success

Building the foundation for SAT/ACT success

“When driving to school, my dog Lucky always joins me in the backseat.” … I think we’d all agree that the sentence above is adorable, and the image of a dog refusing to let her owner go to school alone brings us a great deal of joy. However, it unfortunately…

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Preparing For Graduate School Tests

Preparing for Graduate School Tests

  • Kristi Carey, Nitin Chopra, M.B.A., M.D., Ph.D., Geoff Kalan, M.B.A., Sean Byrne, Jon Greenberg
  • Test Prep

MCAT. LSAT. GRE. GMAT. Just when you thought standardized tests were behind you, just a few letters seem to stand in the way of you and your dream career. Especially in these months of social distancing, take advantage of some of your extra time and focus on preparing for life…

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To Essay Or Not To Essay?

To Essay or Not to Essay?

Should I Register for the SAT or ACT with the Essay or Without? This is the second most popular question we get asked, right behind "Should I take the ACT or SAT?" The good news for most students is that the essay section of these two tests is of little…

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