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Decision Time For the SAT: In with the New or Stay with the Old?

Parents of high school students are most likely aware that changes are coming soon to the SAT. High school juniors and seniors especially need to be in the know. 358 more words



The Hawthornes look like the perfect family. They have smart and talented daughters: Angela, 17; Cecily, 10; and Maya, 7. Their eldest daughter is on track for early admission to Harvard. 231 more words

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Artificially Intelligent Computer Scores Higher Than Students on College Entrance Exam

A Japanese AI program is now intelligent enough to be accepted into most of the country’s universities.

The program, developed by The National Institute of Informatics of Japan… 218 more words

A survival guide to completing high school when senioritis kicks in

The following post was originally published on our sister site, The Prospect.

After over 11 years of hard work and studying, the day has finally arrived: you have just finished your last high school midterm. 38 more words

To College (and Beyond)

Lessons from a College Essay Coach

Tips I’ve gathered from helping high school seniors with their admissions essays.

By Anne Vaccaro Brady

Working with college applicants on their admissions essays, I’m always amazed by the interesting stories they have to tell and appreciate the opportunity to help them share who they are with a college. 833 more words


A Day in the Life: Art at a University

Audrey Quinn Galat is a junior currently majoring in Painting and Drawing at The Ohio State University (OSU). I interviewed her for Art.College.Life’s A Day in the Life… 951 more words

College Admissions

How to be 50: How to Help Your Kid Pick a College

By Charlotte Latvala

Let’s face it: At 50, we barely remember why we chose the college we did. Maybe we randomly picked a school… 458 more words