Schools around the country offer different programs to challenge their students and to enable their students to earn college credit while in high school. Schools, though, tend to only offer one of the programs, so some students worry that their
One of the most frequently forgotten items at standardized testing centers is an acceptable photo ID. Alongside your admission ticket and your testing materials, all students must bring an acceptable photo ID to the ACT or SAT testing center. Without
Written by guest writer, Testmasters teacher, Rice University student, and future physician: Carmella D.
So you want to be a doctor? As a high school student (and if you’re like me, much earlier than that), you probably have an inkling
Those apprehensive about student loans or the cost of attending school might look towards scholarships to help ease that burden. Most, if not all, scholarships require an essay to apply, so today we’ll be giving you five tips to writing
Many undergraduate institutions, especially competitive ones, offer optional interviews for admissions, and the most dreaded question that comes up is the one at the
Today we’ll be posting questions we commonly see on the interview trail. While most universities do not require interviews, many
PSAT Semifinalist cutoffs being announced soon, so we want to detail the path towards becoming a full-fledged National Merit Finalist, and what that means exactly. Let us know in the comments if you qualified as a Semifinalist!
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With a new school year fast approaching, we put together a list of 5 goals students, both high school and college alike, should aim to achieve this year:
- Get to know one teacher or professor really well: When it comes
Since many of you are embarking on college tours, we’ll be presenting one of our favorite blog posts on college visits, originally posted by Calvin. Enjoy!
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