Creating a resume is a great way to showcase your skills, accomplishments, and passions to future employers and colleges. Although you may have limited opportunities to use your resume in high school, now is the perfect time to create one.
When it comes to the English section of the ACT or the Writing and Language section of the SAT, having a firm grasp on some of the essential punctuation rules can really put students at an advantage. A great portion
College is right around the corner! Before you know it, high school will be over and you will need to plan the next chapter in your life. This is an important decision for you as your college choice may impact
Do you ever look at a chart and feel like the numbers jumble together? Have you ever taken a glance at a graph and had no idea what’s going on? Even if you’re confident in your ability to read the
The 2018-2019 school year is near, and many students are preparing to take the ACT and SAT. Part of that preparation means giving yourself adequate time to register and study for the test while leaving enough time to complete applications for college and
Students across the nation struggle with this question each year. “Should I take the ACT or SAT? Maybe both?” As the time to send in your college applications nears, this is an important decision you must make.
The time has come for the next step in your journey. You’ve worked long and hard to get to this point. No matter how challenging your journey or how many sleepless nights you spent studying, you have put in a
Math is one of the fundamental skills that students develop through their school years. It’s a skill that appears in every aspect of our life, though we hardly realize it. It’s also one of the subjects students have the most
Preparing for college means more than just filling out the Common App and buying a mini fridge for your dorm room. For many students, college is a whole new world of time management and independent living. How can you really
It’s arrived! You’re finally on break. You’ve been looking forward to it for weeks. As soon as your last class ended, you breathed a sigh of relief. You’ve got plans, and maybe you’re visiting somewhere new, but you also want