Though I am not a fan of high school, I feel that it is a comfort zone. It's the same monotonous routine for four years but at least I know what to expect. College signals a new chapter in my life. That excites and terrifies me at the same time.
It is easy to call you one of my closest friends. You have seen me at my highest of highs and lowest of lows. You've directed me to, yet prevented me from, having fun. And you have never -- no matter how hard I've tried -- let me forget that you are always present.
Zowie! It's almost February of your junior year! Because college admissions officers are super-interested in this particular year, think about ways you can really shine in academics and extracurricular activities. Here are some things to think about and do now and through next June.
The College Board plans bigger, farther-reaching changes for the SAT, an admirable goal for the oft-criticized test. But why rush those plans for a launch in 2015? Probably to turn the tide against the SAT's dwindling market share.
Applying to college is a complex process. This multi-faceted process involves several components, which can feel overwhelming at times. The following tips will help you to prepare for the second semester of your junior year.
The SAT Biology E/M is among the most popular Subject Tests. It's appealing for several reasons: for those students who are weaker quantitatively, biology is the least math related of the "hard sciences" and the material is also inherently engaging and accessible.