This time we’ll be talking about free and low cost resources parents and students can use to continue education while schools are closed. Ralston will be talking about educational tools that have been around for a while in
Ahead of the Curve is a part of our series to help students stay up to date with important news, resources, and tips to propel their educational success.
As a part of this first broadcast, founder Ralston Medouze
The process of figuring out how to pay for college can be a long – and sometimes complicated – one. There are many different options such as grants, work-study, and more, but one of the sources of funding students consistently
The spring semester is well underway, and many students are starting to look into colleges and college decisions around this time. Among the many decisions you will have to make, figuring out how you will pay for college is one
A long, long time ago, in a far-off galaxy, scholarship searching required getting the annual scholarship book from the library or bookstore and spending hours reading through it to find the ones that apply to you. Very time consuming and
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.
What’s the difference?
Finals are right around the corner, and if you haven’t started already, you should begin preparing for your final exams. Finals come in all shapes and sizes, but they will usually have a significant impact on your grade, so it’s
Studying for the ACT can be quite the undertaking. You will likely go over most of the concepts covered on the test in your classes, but there are certain things that don’t get as much attention during the school year.
We can all get by with a little help from our friends. In this case, your smart device is your best friend. Trying to manage your homework, social life, extracurricular activities, and more can be rather daunting. That’s why there are