Being a writer, whether you’re aiming for a writing career or simply crafting an essay to get into college, is daunting. Julie Gerstenblatt, who is an author and teacher, joins us on the podcast to give advice on the writing process and talk about professional publication.
The transition from middle school to high school can be daunting because the opportunities are endless and choices can feel overwhelming.
How can high school students get to know a college through a religious perspective when they are creating their college list? Laura Hosid shares her insights and advice for students who want to explore college life through a Jewish lens.
Today’s podcast episode is a little different. We divert from our normal college prep-based conversations and chat with Mandy Edwards, the owner of ME Marketing Services, who helps College Scoops behind the scenes with our social media content and strategy.
Transitioning from high school to college is not easy. For many students, this transition is difficult because it is the first time that many are living independently.
The stress of paying for college has increased throughout the years with the escalating costs of tuition. In this episode, Patricia Roberts, shares her personal stories attending and paying for college. Her personal journey led her to write a book for families called Route 529 to help families get started no matter where they are in their education savings journey.
So, you want to be a medical professional? Dr. Shirag Shemmassian gives prospective medical students advice and information on the application process.
Since the Pandemic, everyone has needed to adapt new changes to move forward, including college admissions. In light of SAT tests being canceled, many schools have gone test optional, increasing the difficulty of admissions.
Everyone knows the phrase “work smarter, not harder”, but how can you actually do that? Today’s guest is Scott Clyburn who has been a tutoring professional since 2005. Scott provides helpful advice for students on how to study smarter whether you are in high school or college.