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While the benefits of AP’s are multiple, you’re still tasked with the choice of picking your AP classes yourself.
For those of you who feel like a poor test taker under standard circumstances, we have some advice. You can still perform your best.
Splitter candidates are those that either have a high GPA and low SAT/ACT or vice versa. How do these candidates succeed in college admissions?
The University of Chicago recently announced its new test-optional policy. But what exactly does the test-optional policy mean for you and your application?
AP season is just around the corner, and for many students, that means the start of intense anxiety. How do I know what a “good” score is for each of the tests? How will this impact my chances of college admissions? Can I get college credit for these tests?
Imagine you’re set to compete in a running race in the mountains of Switzerland; what would you do to prepare? Certainly, you’d train in advance, order plane tickets, reserve a hotel room, and buy the necessary equipment (shoes, good running shorts, stylish socks). You’d do everything in your power to set yourself up for success.