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Major Decisions: How to Choose a College Major

Choosing a college major can seem like a daunting task, especially if you haven’t been exposed to college-level courses or summer internships. It can be hard to tell whether or not a psychology major is right for you, especially if your only exposure to the degree is watching Dr. 573 more words

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Vacation from school or work, black Friday coming up, Christmas right around the corner, there are a lot of things coming up.  It’s easy to get distracted from the process of college preparedness and studying, which I think is a good thing.  132 more words

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Get your Professional and Personal MOJO

Get your Professional and Personal MOJO

If you want to learn how to fish, watch and learn form a great fisherman. If you want to get better in a sport, you learn and practice under a good coach. 551 more words
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Planning for the SAT Subject Tests? Not All Subject Tests are Created Equal

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For parents of Juniors, the SATs and ACTs are rapidly approaching. Although SAT/ACT scores are an integral part of your child’s college application, top schools will also expect applicants to have taken two to threeSAT Subject Tests.   167 more words


Free SAT Prep Workshop at Bethel AME Church in Los Angeles a Success!

Great FreeSATPREPWorkshop Saturday at Bethel AME Los Angeles Church!

Thanks to partners Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center, Bethel AME Church Los Angeles, SPMG Media, Each One Teach One: Alliance for Academic Access, Achievement and Success. 105 more words

Paying for College: Plan for Success

Paying for College: Which College is Your Best Fit?

Sometimes in the stock market, the closing price on a stock one day is significantly different then the opening price the following day. 495 more words
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3 Unique Ways to Study SAT Vocabulary

Learning new words for the verbal portion of the SAT can be a drag, especially when you’re in the P section and run across lengthy words like prevaricate which, let’s be honest, does not seem like it should be a real word. 374 more words

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