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Pay Scale is the world's largest online compensation database. They've collected the data within the database by having over 40 million people take their salary survey. Participants tell about their job, how much money they make, where they work and their skill set. The motivation for people to complete the survey is to receive the [...]

Writing A Personal Statement Essay

Ethan Sawyer, the College Essay Guy, returns to talk about his upcoming Webinar Series to aid in writing a personal statement essay: A Five-Part Webinar Series led by Ethan Sawyer, the College Essay Guy July 13-17, 11:30am-1:00pm PST If a private university or college is in your future, the Common App is your one-way ticket. [...]

College Credit by Exam

College Credit by Exam

Becky Muldrow of Dual Credit At Home provides a unique method for students to start college differently, which is more affordable and at their own pace. Dual Credit at Home's written study plan eliminate the guesswork of earning college credit by exam because they tell you which exams to take and how to prepare for them. [...]

PSAT 2015

Lauren Gaggioli of Higher Scores Test Prep returns to talk more about the revamped SAT and PSAT. With the release of more official materials, Lauren is now providing a blueprint for students to follow to prepare for the new PSAT 2015 in October. Lauren also clears up some confusion regarding the score verification. When a student [...]

SAT Math Practice

Huzefa Kapadia is a lawyer by trade, who has transitioned out of the corporate world and is now an entrepreneur with his focus on SAT test prep and particularly helping students prepare for the Math section of the SAT. Huzefa created a Udemy course called Power 800 SAT Math. This course is perfect SAT Math practice [...]

PSAT Practice Test

Robert Schombs is the founder of Reason Prep and has taken the time to take and review the NEW PSAT Practice Test made available on the College Board Website the first part of March. Robert took the test under the same time testing conditions: 60 minutes for the reading section and 35 minutes for math and [...]

ACT Changes

Lauren Gaggioli of Higher Scores Test Prep returns to talk about the ACT changes that have been noticed on the 2015 tests.  On the ACT Website is says, "Innovation and continuous improvement without the need for radical change." The improvements have been noticed and it's time to better understand to help the preparation process. // [Podcast] [...]

Common Application Essay

The Common Application Essay Prompts have been released for the class of 2016. Now is the time for those Juniors (Class of 2017) to start thinking about those Personal Statement Essays so that they can be worked on over the summer. The better the Personal Statement Essay the better opportunity for free money with Merit [...]

College Athlete

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Stacey Howe-Lott Class of 2017

The College Board is changing the playing field and the affects will first be noticed for the Class of 2017. The will be administering the new PSAT in October 2015, which is that ever important Junior year for the Class of 2017. Stacey Howe-Lott of Stellar Scores stops bye to give her recommendations for both [...]