3 Tips for High School Teachers Writing Recommendation Letters

As reported by US News, college is the first time many teens will be on their own, but they may need the help of adults to get there. Many teens need letters of recommendation from their high school counselors and teachers to get into their dream college. “If it’s done right, it brings the student to life,” says Alisha […]

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Should You Take the SAT or the ACT?

As reported by Time Money, it’s no longer an “either/or” question in many families, this new survey finds. For many college-bound students today, the question of whether to take the ACT or the SAT seems to have gotten a whole lot easier. They’re just taking both. Read the rest of the article here.

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2016 SATs Will Put Stronger Emphasis on Graphic Literacy

As reported by Scientific American, “Fortune favors the prepared mind,” as Louis Pasteur once said. So as school revs up this month, so do SAT prep classes. Students might be surprised, however, at the amount of time dedicated to visual literacy skills. The increased focus on graphics is designed to prepare an estimated 1.6 million college-bound […]

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Fall Test Prep Marketing Strategy II: Engagement

Last month we noted the importance of scheduling events in the Fall. We reasoned that events generate leads which in turn can generate enrollments. Interestingly, many folks with whom I speak tend to view event success based upon the number of attendees and enrollments. This is fair to be sure, particularly if one is hoping […]

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