What to Do After Getting Your AP Scores This Summer

What to Do After Getting Your AP Scores This Summer

So it’s July, fireworks celebrations have come and gone, and it’s finally time for those AP scores to be released on College Board’s website. Chances…

Your Guide to the Redesigned SAT: What You Should Know

Your Guide to the Redesigned SAT: What You Should Know

When the College Board announced it was redesigning the SAT last March, the world suffered a mini implosion. News pundits lamented the test being “dumbed…

A Guide to Coping with an Unsatisfactory SAT Score

A Guide to Coping with an Unsatisfactory SAT Score

It’s been six weeks since you took the SAT. You start to get anxious about your results. You’re optimistic — Maybe this will be the…

How APs Can Hurt You During Freshman Year of College

How APs Can Hurt You During Freshman Year of College

Let’s start with the facts: in the six months that I have been in college, I’ve already mentally changed my major 4 times. I started…

Why Do Elite Colleges Reject AP Credit?

Why Do Elite Colleges Reject AP Credit?

As freshmen, many students enter high school excited for all the cool classes and activities that the schools offer. Often, one of these opportunities is…

The SAT: What It Actually Says about the Applicant

The SAT: What It Actually Says about the Applicant

Standardized tests are supposed to measure the intellectual ability of potential incoming students to the post-secondary setting. According to the College Board’s website, over 1.6…

7 Totally Awesome Scholarship Websites

7 Totally Awesome Scholarship Websites

Just admit it: Once you hit the college process, everyone and your mother starts nagging you about applying to scholarships. Though “scholarship” might just seem…

The Dangers of Pride in Standardized Testing Scores

The Dangers of Pride in Standardized Testing Scores

Let me tell you that my performance on the SAT was actually prophesied several thousand years ago. It’s right there in Proverbs 16:18: “pride goes before destruction,…

8 Tips for Self-Studying for AP Exams

8 Tips for Self-Studying for AP Exams

From not having to take general education classes to looking good on college applications, there are a lot of good things that come out of…

TP’s Ultimate Guide to College Fee Waivers

TP’s Ultimate Guide to College Fee Waivers

With college application fees nearing one hundred dollars for some institutions, it seems astonishing when you hear of people who have applied to 20 (or…

College Admissions Pick-Up Lines: A GIFs Piece

College Admissions Pick-Up Lines: A GIFs Piece

It sucks, but summer’s ending. Soon… Like, in just a few weeks kind of soon. That means that most of us will be starting a…

TP’s Guide to Beginning Your College Search

TP’s Guide to Beginning Your College Search

As the school year winds down and summer starts, incoming seniors around the country are beginning to ramp up their college search. With over 2,500…

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