Last week, our office sat in on a presentation given by the people who developed the Early Math Placement Tool (EMPT), and we heard how effective it is in preparing high school students for college-level math courses. But let’s start at the beginning.
Some motivated high school students want to graduate high school early for any number of reasons such as starting college early, traveling, earning money, or taking care of a sick relative, to name a few. Graduating high school early can be right for some students. Here are some questions that students and their families may […]
One of our favorite resources, the National Association for College Admission Counseling, has done it again! They have come out with an article that we HAVE to let you know about. Get in the Game: Tips for Student-Athletes and Their Families provides detailed information for students who would like to play college sports.
The ACT was revamped a few short years ago. In March 2016, the new SAT will be released with some big changes: the writing test is now optional, and the “guessing penalty” has been removed. We thought you’d appreciate knowing the differences and similarities, so one of our industrious student employees created a chart for […]
High school students are consistently asked what they want to be when they grow up. If they are college-bound, they are asked what they’d like to major in. Some students know exactly what they’d like to do, and that’s great. But lots of students don’t know, and they are terribly embarrassed about that. Many of […]