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Writer’s Block? 11 Journal Topics to Brainstorm the College Essay

I have never considered myself much of a creative writer. The “right” words just never seemed to come to me. However, I’ve always loved the visual arts—drawing and painting in particular. In every art class, the most challenging assignment was … Continue reading

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Should I Apply to College Early Action, Early Decision, or Regular Admissions?

There is a lot of talk about college applications right now.  The questions I’m hearing most often are “what is the difference between early action and early decision?” and “should I apply early?”. Before we talk about whether you should … Continue reading

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Tri-Ed Contributed: New Book Arms College-Bound Women with “Strategic Success Plan”

It’s that time of year.  This month roughly 4.3 million students in the United States are donning caps and gowns and walking down the aisle to receive their high school diplomas.  Of those graduates, just over 3 million of them … Continue reading

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Preparing for College

Outsourcing, a poor economy, and more sophisticated technology mean that college is more important than ever. But getting there is about more than getting good grades. Here is a primer on going to college. It used to be that not … Continue reading

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