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A Note To Parents Of High School Seniors

A Note to Parents of High School Seniors

Parents, the second semester of your child’s senior year is almost here. Can you believe it? The college admissions process is something I have found to be equally tough on students as it is on parents. These upcoming months are...
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Go, See, Do!

Every year, students come to me, confused about how to build the ideal college list.  While there are many great resources for students to turn toward in researching “great-fit” colleges, they are getting utterly inundated by an abundance of marketing...
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The Art Of The Essay

The Art Of The Essay

Some students enjoy writing and, therefore, look forward to their college essay.  Others cringe at the very thought.  Regardless of which camp you fall into, whether you are a strong or weak writer, you have probably never faced an essay...
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From Stef’s Desk: Why I Wrote The Complete Candidate

Puzzles fascinate me.  As do mysteries. I was always drawn to games like Clue and those brain teaser riddles whereby you are given clues and have to figure out how the scenario transpired.  Hints, nuances, a morsel of truth here...
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The Diagnosis Senioritis

The Diagnosis: Senioritis

To all College-Bound Seniors: Are you experiencing laziness, apathy, or a generally dismissive attitude?  Are you missing school or not bothering to hand in assignments?  Do Mondays seem extra awful? If you answered yes to any of these questions, it...
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