5 Financial Aid Tips for Juniors

5 Financial Aid Tips for Juniors

JUNIORS….NOW IS THE TIME TO START YOUR COLLEGE PROCESS!   Last week, the financial aid information was all about seniors. This week, it’s all about YOU…juniors.  In less than 10…

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Filling Out the FAFSA Doesn’t Have To Hurt

It’s January (and that means FAFSA). Your kid is a senior and going to college in eight or nine months. Or your kid is junior and going to college in…

Will I Be Admitted Today? or NOT?!

As seniors all over the world anxiously await for a decision from arguably the most popular school in the U.S. all are left to wonder… “Will I hear today?” Indeed…

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Early Decision: Yay or Nay?

Early Decision: Yay or Nay? Within the next 72 hours, every senior who applied to an elite college Early Decision this fall will know their fate. Many already know and…

Five Things to know about the PSAT

5 Things to Know About the PSAT Juniors and some ambitious sophomores just got their PSAT scores back last week. While it is the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (hence PSAT),…

December = Decisions, Deadlines and MORE DECISIONS!

December is an anxiety-filled time. Despite our love for the holidays and hopefully some time off with family, in the world of college admissions we know that three things are…

What NOT to Write About in Your College Essay

With Thanksgiving here and December looming, seniors know that their January 1st deadlines are unavoidable. The next few weeks are often anxiety-filled, and the only way to thwart this is…

Essay CRUNCH!

Guess what SENIORS?? You have 35 days to submit your college applications to schools with January 1st deadlines. AND THAT’S MOST SCHOOLS! With Thanksgiving next week and December’s packed holiday…

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ACT vs SAT: What’s the Difference?

I am willing to bet that the ACT and SAT are both accepted by every college you have on your list. Most schools will clearly tell you that they do…

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How To Avoid The Freshman Fall Debacle

Some college freshmen treat their first term at college as a chance to be let off the leash. Too often, freshman fall is about struggling grades, dealing with roommates from…