1. Stretch your hands during the essay. You have 25 minutes to write the flipping thing, and you have to write for the heavy majority of those 25 minutes. Stretching your hand while the proctor blah blah blahs about something
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If you’ve ever tried to multitask, you’ve probably found that, while devilishly convenient, it occasionally causes you to run into some problems. For example, if you do your math homework during English class, you now have English homework instead, which,
People say high school is a time for finding yourself. I feel like high school is more a time for doubting yourself. Doubting yourself, working hard, and wondering why on Earth you’re still trying when you just want to go
Happy 4th of July! Time for fireworks, picnics, swimming, and general fun in celebration of the United States declaring its own independence from the United Kingdom. With college applications, and eventually
Summer Vacation: words filled with all kinds of meanings for different people. For some, summer is a virtual continuation of the school year, with a rigid summer school schedule and little free time. For others, it’s a trip to the
College Compass is proud to welcome guest contributor Jessica, a future college applicant, who will chronicle her experiences through the application process. Read on about the start of her college search process.
If you’re a high school sophomore like I