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From the New York Times: How to Make the World a Better Place

Let Nicholas Kristof remind you why giving back is important and offer ideas for how to get involved. More

Who Am I (On Paper)?

Reflect on who you are to work on who you will be. More

Should You Submit Just One More Application?

It's December and you are wondering if you should throw in just one more application. More

Turn Your Nerves Into Motivation and Ace Your College Admissions Interviews

Nervous for your college admissions interviews? Try telling yourself you're excited instead. More

Harvard Drops SAT/ACT Writing Requirement for Class of 2023

Harvard becomes the latest top school, to decide the writing portion is not necessary for their applicants. More

How to Compare the New SAT to the Old SAT

A new conversion chart challenges the perception that the new SAT is easier. More

A Simple and Great Way to Help Your Teenager Reduce Their Stress

Help your child to take a moment to calm down in the midst of emotional upheaval. More

NY Mag: War Room: The teenage strategy sessions that built an anti-gun movement out of the trauma of Parkland in one week.

NY Magazine's Lisa Miller, discuss the strategies and actions the Parkland high school students have used to create a national movement. More

Getting the Best Recommendations for Your College Apps

Recommendations do make a difference. Make sure you are doing everything to get the best recs you can. More

2017-2018 Common Application Prompts are Now Available

Don't wait until September to work on your Common Application essays. Summer is a great time to get a jump on the admissions game. More

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