When preparing for college, every student starts with the questions “What degree should I get?” and “What degree is best for me?”
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Entering college is an important step in any person’s life because how you start off can influence your future. Pre-college summer programs can help students prepare for this decisive step. They allow students to experience college life by taking classes and participating in social activities on a college campus during the summer. Students can either live in dorms or commute from home if they live close to the college.
Pre-college programs host a range of benefits, particular to the interesting and dynamic group today know as Generation Z. This blog post aims to discuss pre-college programs that we offer over the summer and how they fit in with the needs of someone belonging to Generation Z, and potentially affect their career.
Do conversations with your offspring begin with a blank stare, as if they suddenly stopped understanding the English language?
This was the first clue something had changed in our house. I started getting drawn-out “ugggh…” noises, followed by eye rolls and lightning-fast departures — all before I could finish my latest tirade about grades, chores, sex, drugs, and rock ‘n’ roll. In reality, all I wanted to know was what’s for dinner tonight.
The ACT (American College Testing) is an exam that anyone planning on attending a college or university should take. Admissions offices consider the results of this test when making a decision on whether to admit students to their schools.
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