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Scholarship Warning Signs

Did you know that you can earn a legitimate scholarship for being left-handed, drinking tea, or wearing a duct tape dress to prom? With so many different scholarship options available, it can be difficult to differentiate the funny ones from the scams. Luckily, our friends at ScholarshipExperts.com are here with some helpful tips. Spring is […]

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Guest Author

Using Social Media to Choose the Right School

We all love social media. We spend time (a lot of time) each day catching up with friends on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. We share photos, videos, and funny memes. But did you know that you can also use social media to help you pick the perfect college? Today, Jeff Anaya is here from […]

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Guest Author

The Ultimate Guide to College Study Survival

Take a deep breath: your college dream is a reality! That’s huge and you deserve to celebrate. But before you allow ‘senioritis’ to officially kick in, check out Study Mode’s tips for avoiding 3 common college stumbling blocks. Congratulations! You’ve been accepted to college. You’re about to experience some wonderful life changes: freedom, new friends […]

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Linda Abraham

The Successful Applicant to Highly Selective Colleges

Putting together your college application means doing more than just going through the motions. To learn more about what makes you stand out to an admissions committee, check out this post from Accepted. I work with really smart high school students every year.  These students have excellent grades in challenging curriculums, strong test scores and […]

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Noodle Education

5 Tips for Finding the Perfect Tutor

Finding a good tutor to help you study for the ACT (or even an upcoming math test) can be an invaluable step towards academic success. Today our friends at Noodle are here to offer tips for finding the right tutor for you. These days, it doesn’t matter whether you’re in grade school, high school, college […]

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NextStepU

High Scores Mean More Than Acceptance Letters

Need some more incentive to study for your SAT? NextStepU is here to tell you how good SAT scores can help you land a scholarship, and potentially save you thousands of dollars in student loans. Standardized tests are becoming less important to the admissions process. More colleges are realizing that a student’s academic success cannot […]

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Linda Abraham

Resourceful Essay Recycling

Tired from writing endless personal statements? Check out Accepted’s top tips for thoughtfully recycling and adapting your admissions essays. You’re applying to six different schools and each one requires 2-7 essays/personal statements which equals…a whole lot of writing. How can you draft so many essays and still maintain a fresh and original voice in each? […]

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Linda Abraham

When Your Grades Take a Nosedive

Here’s a good read from our friends over at Accepted.com. Let us know what you think in the comments. 🙂 Your high school path suddenly takes a detour. Your grades, which had been steady and consistent, take a nosedive. Perhaps it’s due to illness, personal or family issues, or a learning disability that eventually made […]

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Noodle Education

5 Ways to Save Money on Textbooks

Here’s a great guest post from our new friends over at Noodle! Enjoy! If you’ve ever placed an order for your semester textbooks in the university bookstore and subsequently had a heart attack from the price, we’ve all been there. However with tuition prices on the rise, it’s easy to save money on the small […]

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NextStepU

Application checklist: 10 things you might still need to do!

Here’s some great advice from Rachel Montpelier at NextStepU! We are in the middle of October and you should aim to get your college applications done and sent out around Thanksgiving. Here is a list of what you might need to know about, and still need to include in your application: 1. Knowledge of Common […]

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