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Early Action vs. Early Decision: What’s the difference . . . and should you bother?
Essays, recommendations, SATs, transcripts—getting all of these college application materials together by mid-December is no easy task. So why in the world would you want to aim for extra-early “early…Read More
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?Read More
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…Read More
General Data Protection Regulation: A Compliance Primer
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): As of May 25, 2018, this will be the primary law regulating how companies protect EU citizens’ personal data. In replacing the 1995 Data Protection Directive, the GDPR will give those citizens greater control over how their data is used, while making the legal expectations for companies simpler, clearer, and unified across the 28 EU member states.Read More