1. College Admissions: 10 Things Your Teen Can Do to Stand Out from the Crowd

    High school student posting flyersThe competition among college applicants is at an all-time high, causing the acceptance process to become more selective than ever. In 2015, college acceptance rates dropped to a record low of 5.05 percent. No wonder that teens are feeling the pressure to get into college!

    If your teenage is starting the senior year of high school, here are some things that he or she still has time to do to stand to college admissions.

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    Categories: College Planning
  2. SAT / ACT Testing

    Students Taking Standardized TestCollege Admission Tests
    The ACT and SAT tests are two separately administered college admissions tests required by the vast majority of US four-year colleges and universities. Of the two, the SAT is the most widely required, taken and utilized by admissions committees to determine an applicant’s eligibility for admission. Some schools allow either test to be submitted for consideration and students applying to these institutions are advised to take both tests and submit the better grade to their colleges of choice.

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