If you are a high school junior or senior, there is a lot to do between now and Winter Break. In this article, learn how to make the most of your time!
Hello, Magooshers. Mr. B here. Today I’m writing an article about a topic close to my heart: The International Baccalaureate (I.B.) Diploma Programme. Many years ago I was an I.B. student. In fact, I was one of the first 10 students in Tennessee to earn the I.B. Diploma. To say the least, it was an […]
It’s important to rest and recharge over the summer, but it is equally important to find some way to challenge yourself. Admissions committees want to see that high schools students are taking these few months off to engage with their communities, learn new things, and pursue their passions.
Our infographic, cartoons, videos, and top tips from SAT and ACT experts will help you see the differences between the ACT and SAT and pick the right test for you!
History can be absolutely fascinating–but it can be difficult to become excited about the subject matter when everyone involved is dead and the closest you get to the subject matter is your dull textbook. Thankfully, we have the internet to not only provide us with priceless vines, but also some fun history resources! Take a look at this list of some revolutionary digital resources.
Navigating the college admissions process is a long, difficult journey. But luckily, the deadline is almost here, and your college decisions will be rolling in soon. How, exactly, should you be preparing for your college decisions?
If you are an international student, here are some things to think about to determine if the ACT is a better test for you. Check out the video for our tips for international students!
Whether you’re in high school or college, joining your school newspaper may well be one of the best decisions you ever make.
Many high school students choose to take advanced placement (AP) courses and the corresponding tests. But do those AP test scores directly affect admissions decisions? The short answer is no, your AP scores will not usually affect whether you get in or not. However, there are several benefits to submitting your AP scores, especially if you earned a 3 or higher.
Applying to colleges is a confusing and stressful process. When I was a junior, I didn’t even know where to start. If you’re having trouble keeping track of the numerous tasks you need to complete, refer to the following list. I know it seems like a lot, but don’t worry too much! Take it step by step and you’ll totally be able to get everything done before the deadline.