Learning interviewing skills is important for all adults, whether they go to college or not. At some point in life, most people have experienced a job of college interview. Spend some time during junior and senior year discussing interview skills while your child visits and interacts with colleges.
This infographic will give you 12 Ways to Prepare Yourself, 13 Practice Questions, 6 Helpful Be-Attitudes, and 14 "Don't Do" Tips; 45 tips in one handy chart!
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Finding a college is more than watching where your friends and neighbors’ children go to school. Take your sophomore or junior to a college fair and/or search online for the perfect college match for your student. Once you have some possibilities, visit the college in person. Visiting is the only way to see if it’s a perfect match. Try to… Read More
Can you believe it's already December? Before you know it, Christmas will be here and then the New Year! Don't let these important calendar reminders slip your mind during this busy season.
What do you do NOW? Junior year is filled with key tasks that must be done in order to successfully get college admission and scholarships submitted. But absolutely NOTHING is normal this year! Juniors should take PSAT/NMSQT®, attend college fairs, prepare for tests, take tests, visit colleges, and choose 4-8 colleges where they will apply during senior year. How is
Here's how to keep high school records in 5 easy steps for under $10.
You don't need an expensive system. In fact, owning a fancy system is no guarantee you will actually use it. The best record keeping system is simple enough to use, and doesn't cost much at all. What I suggest is so simple, you can keep records