Choosing between early action vs. early decision? In this post, we break down how they’re different, plus pros and cons of both options.
Author Archive | Nadyja Von Ebers
Nadyja von Ebers is one of Magoosh’s Content Creators. Nadyja holds an MA in English from DePaul University and has taught English and at the high school and college levels for twelve years. She has a decade of experience teaching preparation for the AP exams, the SAT, and the ACT, among other tests. Additionally, Nadyja has worked as an academic advisor at college level and considers herself an expert in all things related to college-prep. She’s applied her college expertise to posts such as UCLA Admissions: The SAT Scores, ACT Scores, and GPA You Need to Get in and A Family Guide to College Admissions. Nadyja loves helping students reach their maximum potential and thrives in both literal and virtual classrooms. When she's not teaching, she enjoys reading and writing for pleasure and loves spending time in or near the ocean. You can connect with her on LinkedIn!
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In this post, we show step-by-step how you can help a student in your family navigate college admissions and application deadlines.
Here’s how COVID-19 is currently impacting the ACT. Find out about new ACT changes, test dates, and safety measures being taken at testing sites.
Editor’s note: This post has been last updated on April 10, 2020. For the latest information about ACT testing during the COVID-19 crisis, please check out our live COVID-19 updates post. You can also read more about how Covid has changed the ACT here! First and foremost, we hope you are healthy and safe and […]
Editor’s note: This post has been last updated on April 16, 2020. While this post may have some useful information regarding SAT testing during the COVID-19 crisis, please check out our live COVID-19 updates post for the latest information. We at Magoosh know this is a challenging time for everyone, and right now our #1 […]
Real talk: as you’ve probably guessed, it’s not easy to get into Harvard University. Harvard’s admissions process is highly selective, and you’ll have to be a pretty impressive candidate to make it through (and that doesn’t just mean having the perfect Harvard SAT score or ACT score). After all, they are ranked #2 in National […]
If you’re reading this, that probably means you’ve received work-study funding. Congratulations! Now you have to decide if taking a work-study position is the best option for you right now. It can be difficult to determine how much time in your schedule you’ll actually have to commit to working because college itself is rigorous. So […]
For any number of reasons, you may be thinking about graduating early. Maybe you want to start taking college classes. Or maybe you have a job lined up to save money for college. Or maybe you’re just suffering a good old-fashioned case of senioritis, in which case we highly recommend this Senior Year Survival Guide! […]
Your AP US History exam is approaching! How are you feeling about it? Undoubtedly, there are some topics you feel stronger about than others. The Civil War is a central topic on the exam, so we’ve devised an APUSH Civil War quiz so you can get a sense of how well you know this material. […]