What Does Your Favorite Ice Cream Say About You as a Student?

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In honor of National Ice Cream Month, find out just what kind of student you are based on your favorite flavor! read more

How to Study for Finals

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Student, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

The end of the semester is in sight, but you'll have to get through finals first. Don't worry! We've got some tips to help you get through the last leg of the race! read more

Tips for Freshman Year of College

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Student, Brandeis University

Going away to college this fall? Freshman year might seem overwhelming, but it doesn't have to be. Read on for some spot-on advice from someone who's been there. read more

10 Ways to Conquer Senioritis

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

It's senioritis season, and it's more unbearable than flu season. Keep on keepin' on, intrepid seniors! You're almost at the finish line. read more

Study Hard or Study Smart? Common Mistakes When Preparing for the SAT

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Managing Director, truePrep

There's no single perfect method for studying for the SAT, but there are certainly some wrong ways to do it. Here's a look at what you should avoid when you're cramming for the dreaded exam. read more

Free eBook: High Schoolers' Guide to the Future

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Like free stuff? Looking for great college admission resources? We've got you covered with our free eBook! read more

High School Juniors, Remember This

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Editor-in-Chief, Carnegie Communications

Are you a high school junior? Listen up! This one's all about you -- and the hard but rewarding work in your future. read more

Surviving Freshman Year of College: Advice for Students from Students

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Even the most confident of students get nervous about freshman year. That's why we went straight to the source -- current students -- to get their advice on how to how survive your first year of college. read more

Are You an Early Bird or a Night Owl?

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Writer, Senior Editor, Wintergreen Orchard House

Benjamin Franklin said, "Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise." But according to recent research, the early bird may not always catch the worm. read more

Registering to Take the SAT

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Director of Business Development, Triumph College Admissions (TCA)

Gone are the days of registering for the SAT by visiting your guidance counselor. This is good in that it allows you to take on a certain responsibility for your future, but it can be detrimental if you make decisions like this in a vacuum. read more