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College Admissions- Financial Aid – Ignore the Sticker Price- Part I of IV

College Admissions- Financial Aid – Ignore the Sticker Price- Part I of IV

Greetings Students and Families, Whether you’re contemplating next year’s courses Selecting  High School Courses, Electives, AICE vs AP vs IB  as you begin high school, or you’re a Rising Senior (2021) starting the college application process, all...
College Admissions Planning During COVID-19– Adjustment Tips to Stay on Target with Goals!  COVID FAQ!

College Admissions Planning During COVID-19– Adjustment Tips to Stay on Target with Goals! COVID FAQ!

Greetings Students and Families, If you’re a regular reader of my blogs and newsletters, you’ve been following my tips on handling school closings, extracurricular activities on pause,  revised AP/SAT/ACT exams and summer cancellations during COVID-19- all...
Colleges Accepting Applications for Fall 2020  Class of 2024  Including Transfer Students

Colleges Accepting Applications for Fall 2020 Class of 2024 Including Transfer Students

Greetings, If you’re a graduating high school senior who may be thinking about making a change to where you’ll be attending this fall or perhaps you’re a undergraduate rethinking launching your career and instead thinking it’s time to attend graduate school—I want to...
College Admissions Planning– Selecting A “Major” and Creating Your Balanced List – Reach, Match, Safety

College Admissions Planning– Selecting A “Major” and Creating Your Balanced List – Reach, Match, Safety

Greetings Students and Families, Whether you’re a high school junior (21) beginning the college application process– forming your college short list or perhaps you’re already in progress working on your Common Application Core Essay–your college and...
College Acceptance Rates  2024— Myths Behind College Acceptance Rates and Your College Chances!

College Acceptance Rates 2024— Myths Behind College Acceptance Rates and Your College Chances!

Greetings Students & Families! We’re in the middle of AP exam testing where students are working under a revised and online format with some interesting implications for College Admissions and College Credit. In case you missed my two blogs on this topic...