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A guide to finding your best SAT dateby Lulu Curiel
A college admissions expert offers helpful advice on how to select the best date to take the SAT exam, taking other important deadlines into account.
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College Savings Tips with Julia Shields-Rutyna
Join Brian Boswell and the Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA)ís Julia Shields-Rutyna for a live Facebook event, Tuesday, February 28th. Brian and Julia will be taking questions from the audience on topics like 529 plans, financial aid and more.
How to Achieve the College Dream Live Q&A Event
Some students who perform well academically, but are hesitant to apply to selective colleges because of their social or economic backgrounds. In this live Q&A event, Maria Carla Chicuen, author of Achieve the College Dream, offers practical advice on how students of all income levels can make their dream school a reality.
The importance of summer vacation in the road to college
The most selective universities often require applicants to write at least a short paragraph describing the academic or extracurricular activities in which students have participated during the summer vacations throughout high school.