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
Families find few decisions more difficult than that of selecting the right college or universities. Both students and parents may have schools that they prefer. The more that you know about an institution of higher learning, the more likely
Yes, you’re supposed to enjoy being a teen. Yet, we waste so much of our lives. So, why not make sure every moment counts?
Poor time management, generally in the form of procrastination, adds a level of
Prepared High School Students Will Perform Better in College
Author: Rhonda Manns, A2Z College Planning
It is no secret that college graduates earn more than those with only a high school diploma. Back in 2004, 69% of all high
According to a study by Lipman Hearne, conducted in cooperation with the National Research Center for College and University Admissions (NRCCUA), 26 percent of “high achieving” seniors are using independent educational or college consultants to support college search.