Once high school hits, there is one thing on a lot of parents’ minds: test prep. Between academics and extracurriculars, it can often be confusing to know when to start your student on an SAT/ACT Prep track. To help, we’ve compiled 4 factors to consider when determining the appropriate time to begin.
Three Business Schools – Babson, Bentley, and Bryant
I recently visited these three New England schools known for Business. They each have some unique characteristics. The key selling point is that these schools all deliver on the goal of preparing students for a job or career that matches the college investment. Many parents since the 2008 recession have looked toward more “practical” colleges for their children’s future.
Study abroad is more goal directed, shorter in duration, and less about just learning a language.
When I was in college, I didn't take advantage of study abroad programs. Today, most every top school makes study abroad an integral part of their college "pitch".
Right on the heels of the College Bribery Scandal is the SAT Adversity Score. Just when parents are absorbing the meaning of the college admissions missteps, there appears to be a new concern.
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This question comes up every year, along with the dandelions and daffodils.
The end of every school year tends to bring a barrage of academic review and prep classes held at local organizations such as religious institutions and colleges. There is often a buzz about whether the class will close out, since everyone your child knows seems to already be registered. So, it begs the question: Is a Regents/Finals class the best thing?