When the time comes to submit college applications, it’s easy to look back at what caused the most consistent stress: A bevy of timelines, deadlines and requirements.
Once the application process has passed, the worst feeling for a student or parent is a sense of regret at missed opportunity.
Beyond the obvious, better grades, activities an [...]
Life today is a lot easier than it was back in the mid-1800’s when famous American Novelist Herman Melville was at his best. However, Melville didn’t have to worry about the SAT’s, his GPA and having a strong balance of extracurricular activities.
Interestingly, one of the New York City native’s most famous quotes parallels what st [...]
The following is a fictional conversation between a mother and her junior in high school daughter, but it may seem awfully familiar.
Mother: Alright kiddo, it’s time to start discussing college so we can figure out how we are going to pay for your education.
Student: But I’m not sure what I want to do or where I want to go, how am I supposed [...]
By fall of senior year for high school students, the bulk of the work has been completed. Stressful standardized testing continues for some but the picture presented to the college has all but been set in stone.
However, the last step of the process of gaining acceptance to college is arguably as critical or more critical than the rest: Physi [...]