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Summer break is prime time for scheduling visits to the colleges that are on the short list for prospective applicants.  While some students have a very good sense of what they are looking for in a four year university, many others are just at the beginning stages of their exploration.  Here are some tips from college admissions professionals to make college visits as informative and productive as possible:

Read more: Let's Go Shopping!

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Below are essay prompts from the most recent SAT administration in November 2014.  These are back to the typical SAT prompts students have come to expect after some decidedly atypical October prompts!

Read more: November SAT Prompts

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Once again, college admission officials say that this past year was the most competitive ever.  A recent issue of Time has a great article on just why admissions rates at selective colleges are so low, and it has much to do with the increased number of applications each college-bound student submits, and the resulting rankings game.  Still, with summer and the promise of more free time looming, is there anything students can do to enhance their chances of being admitted to the school of their choice?

Read more: Summer Plans for Application Success!

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College Success Network Quarterly Newsletter

Summer newsletter includes:

  • the latest SAT/ACT testing news;.
  • tips for making the most out of college visits;
  • upcoming classes.

Download the newsletter HERE.