Posts Tagged “High School”

Negotiating and Decision Making (Part 2)

by Heather on

Problem Solving When you are researching, you will have to find out ways to solve the other side’s problem as well as your own. This includes the values and outcomes they are looking for. It is also helpful to discover (…)

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Undergraduate Tuition – College Scholarships

by Charles on

College tuition continues to rise nationally at both public and private universities.  Average tuition at public universities increased 8.3% for in-state residents and 5.7% for out-of-state residents.  According to the College Board, state residents of Arizona, California, Georgia, and Washington (…)

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Understanding the SAT and ACT Exams

by Sean on

College admissions offices require an applicant to submit either an SAT or ACT score to be considered for admission.  It is crucial to do well on these exams because colleges and universities value these test results to the same, if (…)

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College Admissions: Early Decision Applications In Rising Popularity

by Tracy on

Many high school seniors try to ease the uncertainty in applying to college by applying early decision. Early decision binds both the student and the college into admittance months earlier than the regular admission decision.  Recent evidence reveals a general trend (…)

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College Admissions: Latest Trend on Early Action Applications

by Tracy on

Some colleges have a non-binding early admittance program, called early action.  Early action allows the student to receive an admission decision early in the admission cycle without the binding commitment of the early decision application.  A decision in February will (…)

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