Attention all high schoolers! Graduation will come sooner than you think. Start developing these skills NOW, before you get to college!
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As an IB student, I found the program extremely rewarding — and it helped me get into my dream school!
College is like a student Survivor — but with homework. Be prepared, so you don't get voted off the island.
Five things you can do to maximize your acceptance and build the best application possible.
Most students do extensive research on a school’s academic requirements, ranking, and financial aid. But there are other important aspects of college that you may not consider.
From time management to studying more efficiently, here are the six best study apps for high school and college students.
Love it or hate it, high school will have a huge impact on your future. So do it right. From freshman to senior, here’s how to make the most of some of the most important years of your life.
As an incoming college freshman, not knowing what to expect and having to navigate it all on your own can be intimidating. But don’t sweat it! Here are some insider tips from a college senior who’s seen it all.
Five things you can do now to prepare for college applications and make your senior year much less stressful.
Five benefits of taking a gap year that can help you mature academically and personally.
Whether you love or hate essays, following these nine steps can improve your writing, reduce your stress, and possibly save you from an expensive dentist degree.
It’s easy to space out on social when you’re bored during a lecture, but participating in class can actually make it more fun. Here are nine reasons why class participation is better than getting your phone taken away.
You finally made it to your senior year of high school. If you can't decide if you feel sad or happy, don't worry, that's a totally normal part of the 12 stages of senioritis.
Think you've got everything ready for college? Here are ten things I didn’t think about during my first year of college, and that I’ll never forget before leaving home again!
Your GPA, SAT, and/or ACT are often important factors for college admissions, but they won't make you stand out from a crowd of other good students. To truly impress admissions officers, start with these tips.
Concurrent enrollment can help you save money, choose your major faster, get into the classes you need, and graduate early. Here's how it works.
Moving away to college can lead to some serious culture shock. Here's what I learned when I moved from the West Coast to the South.
Congrats, grads! We made it. Your new life is right around the corner. But first, you’ve got to deal with hearing a few things over and over and over.
College Board received a slew of complaints after announcing that their June 6 SAT contained a printing error that gave some test takers an extra five minutes. Does this backlash point to a bigger problem regarding the way we think about college admissions?
The summer before college is one of the biggest events of your life. The anticipation and excitement is almost unbearable. Here are six tips to make the most of your summer and prepare you for your great adventure!
Don't just hang out and watch TV. You deserve some down time, but make a summer plan!
Strong performance on the AP exam can give you tremendous flexibility in the application process and throughout your college career-and are the primary reason why it is important to do well on these exams. Let’s look at some of the benefits for students who are planning on sitting for any of the 30+ AP exams offered in more depth.
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