With classes and final exams wrapping up for the year, rising juniors and seniors should begin to map out a plan for standardized testing. For students taking the SAT, August 26 is the next available testing date (registration is due by July 28; students receive exam scores by September 15). For rising seniors, this test date … Continue reading Preparing for the August SAT
The University of California (UC) system is the foremost group of public research universities in the U.S., attracting some of the brightest students from around the world. Click here to find out what makes each of the ten schools unique.
When it comes to MBA admissions, the GMAT no longer stands alone. Today, hundreds of business programs in the U.S. accept the GRE General Test. While the two exams are interchangeable from an evaluation standpoint, they do vary quite a bit in format and style. Below are some top MBA programs currently accepting the GRE. … Continue reading MBA programs that accept the GRE
The early stages of college planning and research for high school underclassmen can often feel like information overload. Rankings, statistics and social media provide endless amounts of information – some useful – some not so much. Over the years, we’ve received quite a bit of feedback when it comes to the college search process. Here … Continue reading College planning: 5 common misconceptions
In September 2015, an alternative to the Common Application was announced: the Coalition for Access & Affordability. While still in its infancy, the Coalition is important for students and parents to understand because it will launch in Fall 2017. The goal of the Coalition application is twofold: 1. Utilize technology to help students engage in the college planning … Continue reading Getting to know the Coalition Application