Preparing for College

2018 Fall College Fairs

Don’t miss these opportunities to connect with your colleges! Sept. 23, 12:30-3pm: The Minnesota Independent School Partnership Fair, for students and parents of the partnership schools, held at Mounds Park Academy. October 9, 7-9pm: The Minnesota Performing & Visual Arts College Fair, held at the Minnesota Institute of Arts. Oct. 23, 6pm: The LD/ADHD College Fair, for students wh...
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Farewell Class of 2017

Dear Students, Many of you right now are preparing to embark on what will surely be one of the most profound and memorable chapters of your lives. College is still something that resonates with me and I know it will until I am old and losing my hair… actually just old! Some of you may already be on campus experiencing a total mind-body eclipse- there is a ton to take in! I hope the big move-...
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Test-prep Tips for College Entrance Exams

Test-prep Tips for College Entrance Exams:The ACT, SAT, and PSAT Many colleges and universities require scores from either the ACT or SAT as part of their applications, which are due during the first semester of senior year. By planning ahead, students can begin the test-prep process much earlier and give themselves time to perform well. The ACT and SAT are typically offered at least six tim...
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How is College Different from High School?

This is a great article comparing and contrasting the differences between high school and college, courtesy of Southern Methodist University (SMU). Enjoy and share this article with someone who is preparing to go to college. FOLLOWING THE RULES IN HIGH SCHOOL CHOOSING RESPONSIBLY IN COLLEGE High school is mandatory and usually free College is voluntary and expensive ...
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It’s Time for Students to RAVE about Summer

In my educational practice, the upcoming months of June, July, and August are some of the busiest for me and my College Expert team. We take full advantage of school being out to introduce rising seniors to essays, resumes, and applications, and to help underclassmen boost test scores on college entrance exams, pursue academic interests, and add depth to their activities. At times, it can be tempt...
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