Academic Planning

Academic Planning

Applying to college is taxing, from the first college visit until the final decision is made. Perhaps no time in the process is more stressful than ticking through these cold weeks, politely dodging the questions of aunts and cousins, waiting for a stranger in an office somewhere to decide what your next four years will look like.
Yesterday was the first day of summer officially. Most school years have ended (sorry to those who still have a few more days or maybe even another week!). Here’s a snippet of what each class might want to think about this summer to stay on track and be prepared for the next school year: Rising Freshmen
Yesrerday was the first day of summer officially. Most school years have ended (sorry to those who still have a few more days or maybe even another week!). Here’s a snippet of what each class might want to think about this summer to stay on track and be prepared for the next school year: Rising Freshmen
The admissions interview A comparison of cousins in the upper Midwest: the Universities of Michigan and Wisconsin The PSAT: an important topic for our juniors
  PrepMatters works with students all over the world—from New England to California, from Asia to Europe to Central America—helping them study smart and prepare for high school, college, and graduate school admissions. No matter where you are located, our tutors and counselors are available to work with you via Skype, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, phone, and virtual classrooms.  
Oftentimes, students who are applying to college select schools that they consider "reach schools" for early decision and early action. Now that many of the early deadlines for college admissions have passed, you may be wondering whether your list has the right mix of reach schools, target schools, and safety schools.
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