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How to Properly Correspond with a College (CollegeXpress)

Interacting with representatives from the colleges you’re considering isn’t like chatting with one of your besties. It’s more formal, certainly, and you want to present your best self, from avoiding text-message speak to addressing the proper point of contact.

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Is the ACT Right for You?

More people took the ACT than the SAT last year- there are reasons-

  • Most colleges now take both the ACT and the SAT
  • ACT used to be more common on the east coast, now is becoming more popular here, although some parents aren’t aware of it as an option.
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Becoming an “Angular” Student

In the early eighties, when I applied, the buzzword for college acceptance was “well-rounded,” which referred to a student who participated in many different activities. 459 more words

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College Fair

Attention SENIOR Students! Although we did have our big college fair during the Fall season, we will be hosting a mini-college fair for those seniors that still need to apply to colleges or who wish to apply to some additional colleges. 122 more words

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The Importance of Early Career Exploration

How did you find yourself in your first job?  Did you take it for the money?  Was it the career your father or mother did?  Or did you simply not have a better idea? 565 more words

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Two Upcoming Online College Planning Events

ETS Families,

 There are a couple of upcoming college planning events online that we thought you may find helpful.  The first one is coming up on March 11.  164 more words

Not a writer? These scholarships are perfect for you! (Even if you are a writer, you can still apply :-))

Not everyone is a fan of essays.  Many scholarships these days require essay responses.  But, there are plenty out there that do not require essays, too.   134 more words