Articles tagged with College Applications

Measuring A High School With Graduates Successes

Measuring A High School With Graduates Successes

Some high school students will now be able to view how well their school’s graduates are doing in college, according to The Washington Post.             The National Student Clearing House has created a database with information from over 93 million college students and over 3,300 colleges across the nation. This information allows The National Student Clearing House to present some high schools statistics on their graduates’ college success.             The Washington Post published the statistics of one of the schools i ... Read More About Measuring A High School With Graduates Successes

Reworking The Education System

Reworking The Education System

            President Barack Obama will send a proposal to congress for an education system reform the week of March 14, according to The Los Angeles Times.             Obama’s proposal will also reform the No Child Left Behind project to improve high schools and give graduates the “the best chance to succeed in a changing world,” Obama told the Los Angeles Times.             His plans developed in the midst of many reports stating that America’s education ... Read More About Reworking The Education System

Five SAT Test Prep Tips

Five SAT Test Prep Tips

The next SAT test date is only a month away!  1. Practice, practice, practice.  Just like learning how to ride a bike, you get better at the SAT by practicing.  Staring at the questions won't get you far.  Dive in and do some practice questions.  You'll not only learn the format of the questions, you'll also learn how The College Board (makers of the SAT) likes to word questions. 2. Use The Official SAT Study Guide.  What better way to practice than by using actual SAT test questions?  This book is published by The College Board, and contains a whopping 10 full length practice tests.  In addition, the ... Read More About Five SAT Test Prep Tips

Recession Can Not Slow Interest In Elite Colleges

Recession Can Not Slow Interest In Elite Colleges

The stacks and online databases of hopeful, entrance applications for the incoming 2009-2010 freshmen class have grown sharply for the nation’s top, competitive schools, decreasing the chances of acceptance, according to The New York Times. Harvard, Stanford, Dartmouth, Yale and Brown are some of the more recognizable schools that saw increases in applications. These schools have traditionally been highly selective, and they have scrutinized applications further, making it one of the toughest years for hopeful students. The Times reported that the percentage of students accepted into these competitive colleges has been or near record l ... Read More About Recession Can Not Slow Interest In Elite Colleges

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