SBAC 101: An Introduction to the New Standardized Test

SBAC 101: An Introduction to the New Standardized Test

Back when I was a junior in high school, I was one of the millions of high school juniors trying out the new standardized exam…

What I Wish I Had Know About Scientific Research

What I Wish I Had Know About Scientific Research

When I had entered college I was convinced that scientific research was not for me. Despite my budding love of science, I had never planned…

Why I Quit the Robotics Team

Why I Quit the Robotics Team

I’m a big fan of the sciences–whether they be applied, theoretical, or both. So theoretically, robotics would come naturally as an extracurricular pursuit. And it…

These Quick Tips Will Remind You That You Studying Is Subject-Specific

These Quick Tips Will Remind You That You Studying Is Subject-Specific

With second semester full swing, a lot of students are looking to boost their GPA’s before the school year ends. Being a senior, I can…

What Schadenfreude Has to Do With High School

What Schadenfreude Has to Do With High School

Ever been to a circus act before? Were you awed by elephants playing with hula hoops? Amazed at how the trapeze artists seamlessly flew through…

5 Awesome Activities for Budding High School Scientists

5 Awesome Activities for Budding High School Scientists

Along with grades, extracurricular activities are extremely important. Not only do they add another dimension to university applications, but also they shape our interests, help…

How to Get through AP Computer Science Without Losing Your Mind

How to Get through AP Computer Science Without Losing Your Mind

Three days before Sophomore year, I enrolled in AP Computer Science for reasons unbeknownst to me now. Even though I can’t remember why I switched…

How Exploring the Humanities in College Will Benefit You

How Exploring the Humanities in College Will Benefit You

“You’ll never get a job.” “What are you even going to do with that degree?” “Why are you even in college? The humanities aren’t something…

How to Love (or at Least Tolerate) Core Subjects in School

How to Love (or at Least Tolerate) Core Subjects in School

Everyone has their likes and dislikes and fortunately there are usually ways to indulge in our likes and avoid our dislikes. However, when it comes…

10 Tips for a Non-Science Person to Rock the ACT Science Section

10 Tips for a Non-Science Person to Rock the ACT Science Section

It’s the final boss of the ACT. The last hurdle before you finally get to leave nearly four hours after the test began. It’s the…

Olympiads: A Gateway to Science

Olympiads: A Gateway to Science

From Math Olympiad to Chemistry Olympiad, there are an incredible amount of competitive opportunities designed to showcase talent and excellence in a variety of STEM…

Exploravision: An Alternative to Science Fair

Exploravision: An Alternative to Science Fair

One year in high school, instead of competing in the usual science fair (typically involving the Intel Science and Engineering Fair through a series of…

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