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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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Understanding Your PSAT Score Report

Understanding Your PSAT Score Report

Think of your PSAT as a real-time secret weapon in your standardized test journey. Sure, colleges don’t see your PSAT results, but the score report and test booklet contain valuable pieces of information to help you prepare for success on the SAT or the ACT. Whether you are a sophomore…

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Are There Benefits To The Sophomore PSAT?

Are there benefits to the sophomore PSAT?

As a parent of someone who has just entered college and as a teacher with over twenty-four years of experience, I couldn’t recommend strongly enough that children sit for their first PSAT during their sophomore year. It’s the perfect “low stakes” testing environment: the exam doesn’t count toward National Merit;…

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The PSAT – Demystified

The PSAT – Demystified

The PSAT: What's the deal? Apparently, it’s not enough that there are two major standardized tests for college admission - the SAT and the ACT.  A test called the PSAT is also out there. What on earth is it good for? Do you need to take it? Do colleges see…

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