Admitted Early Decision
Jan25

Admitted Early Decision

So you’re admitted early decision. Great! Don’t think you can just take the rest of your senior year off. Keep up the good work that got you accepted, so your college doesn’t have to pull your offer. Yes — It happens, and no one likes it.

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What is ZeeMee? Everything You Need to Know About The Admissions-Friendly Social Media
Nov16

What is ZeeMee? Everything You Need to Know About The Admissions-Friendly Social Media

ZeeMee is a college admissions specific social media tool, allowing a student to create a multimedia profile about themselves to be viewed by counselors. At this writing, over 220 colleges and universities and 15,000 high schools partner with ZeeMee, so there’s a good chance you or your student already is, or about to be, on the ZeeMee bandwagon. Find out more …

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When to Hit ‘Submit’: Finding the College Application Timing Sweet Spot
Sep06

When to Hit ‘Submit’: Finding the College Application Timing Sweet Spot

When should you apply to college and when do college applications get reviewed? It’s all about schedules and timelines — the colleges’ — not yours.

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Advice for Parents of Middle School Students
Jun20

Advice for Parents of Middle School Students

What would you do as parents of middle school students when things aren’t going exactly right? Do you do nothing and consider this one of “life’s lessons” where your child has to learn to tough it out no matter what middle school scheduling throws at him?

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3 Tips to Get You Ready for National Decision Day
May01

3 Tips to Get You Ready for National Decision Day

May 2 is National Decision Day, with our free college planning tools, you can ease some of your stress and celebrate your choice of school and future plans.

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Parent College Coach Tip #105: Be Realistic About Student Loan Debt
Apr01

Parent College Coach Tip #105: Be Realistic About Student Loan Debt

We are approaching May 1–the final decision deadline for college. Part of that decision is making wise financial choices. Do you or your student want to graduate with student loan debt?

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