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SAT With Essay: Take the Option and Write It!

The SAT Essay prompt is an analytical portion of the test and is 50 minutes long. Though it is optional, it is still a vital way to show colleges you have core skills that’ll transcend into a higher learning setting. Some schools actually require doing the written prompt, so if you aren’t sure which colleges you’re going to apply to, you may want to complete this section just in case.
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Job Shadowing: A Productive Way for High School Students to Spend Their Summer

Not only will job shadowing create a worthwhile summer, it also looks amazing on college applications. It shows a college you aren’t just saying you want to be an architect or doctor or whatever; you’re showing them you took the initiative to explore this passion.
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14 Gifs That Will Resonate With College Students

College: it’s the best of times, it’s the worst of times. And while everyone’s college experience is different, you’ll always find other students who deal with all-nighters, Netflix marathons, and finals stress just like you. Check out these totally relatable college experiences everyone is familiar with! (Gifs via giphy.com)
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How to Have the Best Senior Prom

There’s a lot of pressure to make prom the best night of your high school career. There are a lot of great parts to high school, so prom doesn’t have to be the top. But here’s how you can make it as great as possible.
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3 Things to Do Before Visiting a College

Visiting campus is an important step in making the decision of which college to attend, but a long list of prospective schools may make visits seem overwhelming. Here are three steps you can take to narrow down your college list and make the most of your campus visits.
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Passion for Leadership: How I Found My Graduate Field

Dharini is currently pursuing her master’s in Higher Education and Student Affairs at New York University. During undergrad, she majored in STEM fields but found her purpose and passion for helping students when participating in a special leadership program at Miami University. Read on to learn more about her student journey and how transformational leadership helped her find her ideal graduate school program.
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How to Turn an Internship Into a Full-Time Job

These days, many companies use their internship programs as extensive screening mechanisms to scout and vet new talent. The time to start leveraging your summer internship into a job offer is day one. The following tips can help you make the most of your summer opportunity.
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Tips for Preventing Finals Stress

Final exams can cause a lot of stress and worry, especially if you don't know how to tackle them. Here are a few tips for studying and taking care of yourself during finals week.
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Infographic: 10 Tips to Help You Prepare for the GMAT

There are a variety of GMAT practice exams available online, as well as resources with testing tips. Simulating the GMAT is extremely helpful, as it prepares students for the question style and topics covered in the test. Washington State University has also created a worthwhile infographic outlining even more helpful GMAT testing tips. Check it out below!
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Top 5 Tips from My College Search

Many people will tell you the rights and wrongs of looking for colleges, from your teachers and parents to family members and sometimes your close friends. How do you know who’s correct if they all have differing views? Here are the most important things you should do when deciding which colleges to apply to and which one is the best for you.
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