How to Reflect on a College Visit

How to Reflect on a College Visit

Campus visits can be huge influences on prospective students. How students feel after a visit can make or break their decision to apply. With so…

10 Things I Actually Needed My Freshman Year of College

10 Things I Actually Needed My Freshman Year of College

Packing for college can be super stressful. Lists can span hundreds of items! When I was packing for college, I spent hours poring over those…

5 Things I Learned as an SAT Tutor

5 Things I Learned as an SAT Tutor

The SAT is a huge part of most high schoolers’ life. For some, the studying process can be the majority of their high school career…

How to Succeed in a Large Lecture Class

How to Succeed in a Large Lecture Class

Whenever I went on college tours, the tour guide always mentioned those terrifyingly large freshmen classes—ones with 300-500 students packed into a lecture hall that…

5 Reasons You Should Be Using a Traditional Planner

5 Reasons You Should Be Using a Traditional Planner

I couldn’t function without my planner. I’m so forgetful and overbooked that I really could be one of those people who would lose their own…

Why You Should Leave the Laptop at Home

Why You Should Leave the Laptop at Home

I can type a little over a 100 words per minute, which is far faster than I can even begin to dream about writing longhand….

6 Things You Need in Your College Decision Day Survival Kit

6 Things You Need in Your College Decision Day Survival Kit

College decisions are coming out, and it’s a super exciting (albeit stressful) time to be a senior. After months of hard work and waiting, these…

10 Things I Wish I Asked During College Visits

10 Things I Wish I Asked During College Visits

I used to love reading about what to ask on a college tour. The lists ranged from some of the largest news sources to random…

How to Win College Fairs

How to Win College Fairs

College fairs can be the epitome of overwhelming. They’re packed full of college booths and eager parents and students, but they’re also full of opportunity….

Are Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs Worth it?

Are Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs Worth it?

It can cost thousands of dollars just to attend a pre-collegiate summer program at a popular university. Factoring in travel costs, books, necessities for dorm…

How to Make Your Own Rad College Binder

How to Make Your Own Rad College Binder

If I could sum up my college application process it would be: coffee, printer jams, and deadlines that I cut way too close. In my…

9 Things to Do Once You’re Accepted to College

9 Things to Do Once You’re Accepted to College

The end of the first semester of senior year often comes with exciting news—early college acceptances! After months of slaving away on countless personal statements…

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