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Reusing essays is a smart way to save time and apply for more college...
– Jump-start your college admission essay! Whether you’re a rising high school junior or a senior, taking time now to record ideas or even draft a paragraph or two will help you when the actual application deadline approaches.
- College Visits
- Travel Planning
The college visits are one of the most crucial components in choosing a college. Without visiting, your student won’t have the key to choosing a college: can he see himself attending there
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If you are traveling to China it will behoove you to learn a few key phrases, some numbers and the like. After all, how can you find your way or bargain with a merchant if you can’t speak the language? So, following is a little history of how the language came to be along with a list of phrases/words.
It’s important to know a few key things for your first trip to China. This article outlines things that will help ensure a smooth, positive experience.
– Any of us working in college admissions or with college-bound teens knows how important course selection is, especially for the junior year of high school. It’s one thing to know it. It’s another to parent your way through the process. Understanding personality types helps.
– Bargain hunting for a college? There are deals and discounts to cover college costs.
Recently, I received an email from my husband with the subject line, “luck ran out.” It sure did… Based on many of our travel adventures, here’s my advice for being prepared and traveling safely…
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