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Scholarship Saturday: February 6, 2016

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The 3 Greatest Myths About the New SAT

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Founder and Owner, Tier One Tutors

By now you've probably heard that big changes are coming to the SAT. But don't be scared! There are a lot of rumors floating around. Here's what you need to know. read more

The ACT Leapfrogs the SAT

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Founder, Applerouth Tutoring Services

The ACT has been gaining ground against the SAT. What does that mean for your students? read more

8 Things You Need to Do Before Filing the FAFSA

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Senior Director Financial Aid Methodology, the College Board

Check out this eight-step map and infographic to help parents and students work through the FAFSA as efficiently and effectively as possible. read more

Differentiate Yourself with SAT Subject Tests

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Director of Business Development, Triumph College Admissions (TCA)

The SAT Subject Tests are a perfect way to help differentiate yourself. Differentiate means to recognize what makes someone or something different. Companies focus on differentiating their products from other products so that they'll stand out as a good purchase. They do this because they're competing with other companies who have similar products. You need to consider the college admission process as a similar type of competition. You're competing against other students. Anything that helps you differentiate yourself from those students is something worth your time and effort. read more

Test-Optional Schools vs. the SAT and ACT

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How to handle (or avoid) those standardized tests . . . read more

CLEP Exams Equal College Credit

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Director of Business Development, Triumph College Admissions (TCA)

The College Board promotes this test with the statement, "The knowledge you've gained from your education or professional experiences can take you further than you think." This is true. CLEP can turn your current knowledge and experience into college credit(s). read more

Introduction to the CSS/PROFILE

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The CSS/PROFILE is a standard form, similar to the FAFSA. However, schools can supplement the form with hundreds of their own questions. read more