Recent Blog Posts

January 23, 2018 in Blog

SAT Subject Tests: What are they, and why should I take them?

It’s fairly common knowledge: You have to take the SAT (in most cases) to get into college. But then what are the SAT Subject Tests? Are they optional? And if so, why the heck should you take them?

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April 10, 2017 in Blog

5 Ways to Have More College Options

Before you cross out your “reach schools” and pricey universities, read these 5 ways you can have more options for college. 1. Apply for scholarships in your junior year. There…

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March 20, 2017 in Blog

15 Tips to Own Your Senior Year of High School

Senioritis is the coined term that is loosely defined as the self-sabotaging disease that inflicts thousands of high school seniors across the country each year. Its symptoms often include a…

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February 1, 2017 in Blog

Navigating the Endless Possibilities of a Gap Year

A college degree can be the stepping-stone to wider, more satisfying career choices and higher earning potential. At least, that’s the parental party line these days, backed by data from…

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Recent Webinar

August 16, 2017 in Webinars

GoToCollegeFairs Mobile App

This short video will show you both the advantages of using the smartphone app for scanning as well as offer a quick tutorial on use.

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Recent Whitepaper

September 11, 2017 in Whitepapers

Master the College Application Essay: Using the Art of Writing and the Science of Success

With frequent changes to college essay prompts, a rising number of application submissions, a student-to-counselor ratio at public schools nearly double the recommended ratio, and increasing selectivity at elite universities, it can be challenging for college applicants to navigate the complex world of writing to a college admissions audience.

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