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Disrupted: A College Admission Season Unlike Any Other - illustration of gear with exclamation mark in the middle on blue background

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Disrupted: A College Admission Season Unlike Any Other

March 13, 2020—Friday the 13th, nonetheless—will long be remembered, in a cruel and prophetic twist of irony, as the date when the emerging...

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What You Need to Know About the New FAFSA - illustration of financial aid graph with graduation cap above it

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What You Need to Know About the New FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), managed by the Department of Education, is the gateway to federal and state financial aid for...

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Get Ready for the SAT and ACT with Test Innovators 🏆 - illustration of ACT and SAT papers with 5 gold stars above

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Get Ready for the SAT and ACT with Test Innovators 🏆

Do you want to ace the SAT and ACT? ✨

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Course Selection: Why Your High School Class Decisions are Important - illustration of student exploring class options

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Course Selection: Why Your High School Class Decisions are Important

For many high schools, course selection for the next school year begins as early as January. So, the fall is often a good time to consider your next...

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Likely/Level/Reach: Create the Best College List for You - illustration of creating a college list on Scoir

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Likely/Level/Reach: Create the Best College List for You

Creating your college list can feel overwhelming (cue "brutal" by Olivia Rodrigo). I get it—I'm here to help! Once you know what kind of college...

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Seniors: Here’s What to Focus on in February - illustration of college prep checklist for seniors

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February Senior Year Checklist for College-Bound Students

February of senior year of high school can be a quiet, yet intense time if you’re a college-bound student. At this point, your difficult application...

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Coalition's Winter/Spring Events for Students

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Coalition's Winter/Spring Events for Students

Looking for details on the new FAFSA changes? Trying to navigate the admissions process as a first generation college student? As we settle back into...

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College Planning Checklist for 11th Graders - illustration of student looking at to-do list

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College and Career Planning Checklist for 11th Graders

Junior year of high school is a key point in the college planning process. Between preparing for standardized tests to keeping up with...

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January To-Do List for College-Bound Juniors

January is a milestone month for college-bound high schoolers. While seniors will feel a sense of calm, having submitted all of their applications by...

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The Ins and Outs of the Digital SAT

The SAT has been around for nearly 100 years (the first test was administered in 1926!). Since then, the SAT has undergone some changes, but the...

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