One of the first—and most important—exercises in the college planning process involves course selections for the coming year of high school. Your high school academic record determines whether you make it onto the “competitive playing fields” at the schools to
Many high school kids go through a phase of revolt where they don’t perform up to their potential and think it amusing to appear as if though they don’t understand and don’t care whether they do or not.
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
What are college admissions officers looking for as they review your application? The admissions process varies and can be subjective to some degree, but here are 3 important things that could help you
The main reason you’re in school is to earn your degree, so picking the right courses at the right time and in the right order, is critical to your success.
To help you choose your courses,
Many things have to be considered when it comes time to choose where your child will pursue their secondary education. While many factors are involved, one specific question must be answered first and foremost. What will be your child’s