Monthly Archives: June 2011

What to Expect at Orientation

Freshmen orientation is for parents, too. by Anne Vaccaro Brady If you haven’t already, you’ll likely be visiting your student’s college for orientation this summer. Most schools charge a fee for this one- or two-day event. Here’s what you need … Continue reading

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More Thoughts on SAT and ACT Test Prep

When to start prepping and what results to expect. by Anne Vaccaro Brady In my last post, I discussed the importance of prepping for the SAT and ACT tests and the different ways to study for them. This post looks … Continue reading

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Finding the Right College Test Prep Program

by Anne Vaccaro Brady There’s a program to fit every child and every budget. When it comes to college test prep, this is the time to follow the crowd, because the truth is everyone is doing it. SAT and ACT test … Continue reading

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The Relevance of College Rankings

They provide useful information if you know what you’re looking for. by Anne Vaccaro Brady College rankings can be confusing mainly because each one uses a different methodology, meaning a university can fall on top in one and closer to the … Continue reading

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