For the past 25 years or so, I’ve been sitting down with parents and students to help them plan for college entrance standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, and Subject Tests. This coming school year will be quite interesting, to say the least, for those of you who will be juniors. You have a
Missed Part 1 on the value of the PSAT? Click here to read it. One of the most important elements of the college application process for a family should be the college visits. But, as Russ Vitale explains in this 2nd series on the PSAT season, there’s “a way to do a college visit, and
Missed Part 2 on College Visit Info Session v. College Tours? Click here. So when should you start visiting colleges? A lot earlier than you’re probably thinking you should… In this short video, Russ reveals the best time to start checking out colleges and gives insight into why you shouldn’t base your decision on which schools to
In this first of a four-part series, our Director of College Planning, Russ Vitale, starts answering some of the questions we always seem to get from parents regarding the PSAT. Why should we take the PSAT? How does the PSAT date relate to preparing for the upcoming SAT and/or ACT? What if Standardized Tests are
As the school year progresses, getting all of your homework done becomes increasingly a daunting task. Which is a shame, because that is where most of the actual learning takes place. Each student’s struggle with completing his or her assignment on time and with effectiveness is different and deserves individual attention.
But these six steps should be of help to anyone who is ever assigned homework!