Future SAT Test Dates

May 10, 2013
Anticipated SAT® Test Administration Dates Please note: These anticipated test dates are provided for planning purposes and are subject to final confirmation. The finalized, confirmed test dates, when announced, may differ from the dates shown here. 2013-14 October 2013 -Saturday, October 5, Sunday, October 6 November 2013 - Saturday, November 2, Sunday November 3 December […]

Anticipated SAT® Test Administration Dates Please note: These anticipated test dates are provided for planning purposes and are subject to final confirmation. The finalized, confirmed test dates, when announced, may differ from the dates shown here. 2013-14 October 2013 -Saturday, October 5, Sunday, October 6 November 2013 – Saturday, November 2, Sunday November 3 December […]

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SAT & ACT test fall 2013

April 30, 2013
Upcoming Test Dates for SAT and ACT 2013 SAT www.collegeboard.org ACT www.actstudent.org June 1 (register by May 7) June 8 (register by May 3) October 5 (register at least 1 month prior) September 21 (register by August 23) November 2 (register at least 1 month prior) October 26 (register by September 27) December 7 (register […]

Upcoming Test Dates for SAT and ACT 2013 SAT www.collegeboard.org ACT www.actstudent.org June 1 (register by May 7) June 8 (register by May 3) October 5 (register at least 1 month prior) September 21 (register by August 23) November 2 (register at least 1 month prior) October 26 (register by September 27) December 7 (register […]

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Super Selective got More Selective

April 11, 2013
College Admissions: Spring 2013 Stats Admission statistics for the Class of 2017 set new records for many of the most selective schools. Seven of the eight Ivy League institutions reported lower acceptance rates. - In keeping with recent tradition, Harvard’s acceptance rate of 5.8% of its 33,531 applicants is the lowest reported the Ivy League. […]

College Admissions: Spring 2013 Stats Admission statistics for the Class of 2017 set new records for many of the most selective schools. Seven of the eight Ivy League institutions reported lower acceptance rates. – In keeping with recent tradition, Harvard’s acceptance rate of 5.8% of its 33,531 applicants is the lowest reported the Ivy League. […]

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Say Goodbye To High School & Hello To Life As A College Student!

March 19, 2013
Say Goodbye To High School & Hello To Life As A College Student! Guest Post By: Miki Noble So you've either just graduated, are about to or you’re counting the days until you do. Whichever bucket you may be categorized in, one things for sure… Ch-ch-ch-changes are in store… Life can be segmented up into achievement hurdles […]

Say Goodbye To High School & Hello To Life As A College Student! Guest Post By: Miki Noble So you’ve either just graduated, are about to or you’re counting the days until you do. Whichever bucket you may be categorized in, one things for sure… Ch-ch-ch-changes are in store… Life can be segmented up into achievement hurdles […]

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Essay Prompts for 2013 -2014 Common Application

February 6, 2013
New Essay Prompts for 2013 -2014 Common Application The 2013-2014 Common Application, scheduled to launch on August 1, 2013, will include new “personal statement” essay prompts. The new admission application prompts were created to enable applicants to tell their unique stories as part of a holistic selection process.  The essay demonstrates your ability to write […]

New Essay Prompts for 2013 -2014 Common Application The 2013-2014 Common Application, scheduled to launch on August 1, 2013, will include new “personal statement” essay prompts. The new admission application prompts were created to enable applicants to tell their unique stories as part of a holistic selection process.  The essay demonstrates your ability to write […]

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Senioritis, Fatal to Scholarships

February 5, 2013
Senioritis. Is it real? So what, I’ve got senioritis. I have already been admitted, what can they do? Colleges can do a lot of grievous tear producing things to students who have senioritis. Your applications have been sent, your first semester is over, and your financial aid forms have been submitted. You may be wondering […]

Senioritis. Is it real? So what, I’ve got senioritis. I have already been admitted, what can they do? Colleges can do a lot of grievous tear producing things to students who have senioritis. Your applications have been sent, your first semester is over, and your financial aid forms have been submitted. You may be wondering […]

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Full Ride Scholarship, Full Tuition Scholarship &Partial Tuition Scholarship

February 5, 2013
There are a couple terms you should be familiar with; Full Ride Scholarship, Full Tuition Scholarship and Partial Tuition Scholarship. These titles have varied meanings at different colleges. So when a recruiter or counselor or another parent throws out these titles, know what they are referencing. To me, Full Ride is the coveted scholarship and […]

There are a couple terms you should be familiar with; Full Ride Scholarship, Full Tuition Scholarship and Partial Tuition Scholarship. These titles have varied meanings at different colleges. So when a recruiter or counselor or another parent throws out these titles, know what they are referencing. To me, Full Ride is the coveted scholarship and […]

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Admission Ratios

November 2, 2012
How many four year colleges have an admission ratio of 25% or less. Post your answers!      Send article as PDF   

How many four year colleges have an admission ratio of 25% or less. Post your answers!      Send article as PDF    How many four year colleges have an admission ratio of 25% or less. Post your answers!      Send article as PDF   

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New SAT Regulations

September 20, 2012
Last year there was a big scandal with SAT test fraud, seems that a professional was taking the tests in place of the students. This would not have attracted so much attention if the test scores were poor but they were excellent. As this was uncovered, those students lost their scholarships and the person standing […]

Last year there was a big scandal with SAT test fraud, seems that a professional was taking the tests in place of the students. This would not have attracted so much attention if the test scores were poor but they were excellent. As this was uncovered, those students lost their scholarships and the person standing […]

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In State Residency

September 11, 2012
In state residency So how do I do it? Get in state residency in another state… Private colleges charge the same COA (Cost of Attendance) regardless of the student’s home state. i.e. Stanford has the same fees for California student as well as students from Florida, Arizona, Maryland or any other state. State colleges are […]

In state residency So how do I do it? Get in state residency in another state… Private colleges charge the same COA (Cost of Attendance) regardless of the student’s home state. i.e. Stanford has the same fees for California student as well as students from Florida, Arizona, Maryland or any other state. State colleges are […]

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