Standardized tests – love them or hate them, they are often an integral part of the college application process. But how do you prepare for them? How do you study for them? In this episode, Mike Bergin, the founding President of the Board of Directors of the National Test Prep Association provides his advice and expertise on this topic.
College was one of the greatest times of my life. It was the first time that I set off on my own and was truly responsible for myself and managing my own life. Mom and Dad weren’t there to bother me or tell me what to do.College was one of the greatest times of my life. It was the first time that I set off on my own and was truly responsible for myself and managing my own life. Mom and Dad weren’t there to bother me or tell me what to do.
Shu-tong, our American Lead Ambassador for College Scoops, provided the student footage for our College Scoops Q&A video for American! As students visit colleges, many students have questions that they can’t find the answers to online. So, we reached out to our College Scoops community and asked them for their help.
Everyone’s educational path is different. Some may find success on a more traditional path and others may find that the best fit is an alternative option like homeschooling. In this episode, Brian Stewart, founder of BWS Education Consulting, takes the time to share the pros and cons of homeschooling.
Learning how to learn is half the battle as a student. Once a student learns how to learn, they will thrive not only in the classroom but outside the classroom as well and in their professional lives as well.
Nobody likes being rejected. Colleges don’t like being rejected either. So...
Leadership. It’s not just a buzzword for college applications, but rather the continuous process of exhibiting qualities that motivate others to follow and trust you. On today’s episode, our guest Jim Bell, M.Ed., will give you advice on several characteristics of strong leaders.
For those who want to attend business or grad school, whether you are newly graduated from college or you have several years of work experience, applicants have to put their best foot forward in their application.
Networking is a key life skill and one that can start in high school. It all comes down to connections in life and as a high school or college student there are plenty of opportunities for growing your network locally at first.