Considering Women’s Colleges – Students who attend a women’s college report that they feel more ready to speak up in class, and take on greater academic risks and challenges. Learn about the pros and cons of attending a
Majors, Minors and Concentrations – Your guide to understanding the meaning of these terms, how they differ, and how to make your choices work for you.
Majoring in Criminology – Criminology is the study of the attributes of crime,
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SAT or ACT? Deciding Which Test is Right for You – feeling confused about which college entrance exam to take? This may help.
Majoring in Cyber-security – with a median pay over $90,000 and
Spring Break is right around the corner for high school students. For some, this means a genuine rest from studying and for others; it means a week dedicated to serious thought on their college dreams. For best results,
A2Z College Planning is pleased to announce that several of our Senior students have already received early acceptance into their top colleges!
Whether you’re just receiving your acceptance letters, you’re focused on keeping on track with your last
High school seniors are focusing on completing applications and taking any final SAT/ACT test. Other high school students are focusing on creating an academic profile which helps them be competitive in the admissions process.
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Most high school students know that they should expect to take either the Standard Aptitude Test (SAT) or the ACT prior to graduation, since many colleges require one or the other for admission. Few, however, realize that the
The majority of scholarship applications require students to prepare an essay or statement that outlines their eligibility. Preparing these letters takes a certain amount of skill, as each student is striving to make their application look unique. Students should