Category: College Application
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how to graduate high school early

How to Graduate High School Early: The Mega Guide

High school is commonly a four-year endeavor, but some students choose to graduate high school early
by Ashley Cullins.
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Stanford Early Action: Should You Do It?

Despite not being an Ivy League school, Stanford University has a lot to offer prospective students, including early action.
by Rebekah P.
how long is the SAT

How Long Is the SAT? The Excellent Guide to Test Success

In this article, we’ll talk about how long the SAT is, how to pace yourself, and how you can build the stamina you need to power through the test.
by Ashley C.
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Subsidized vs. Unsubsidized Student Loans: Everything You Need to Know

This thorough guide will provide all of the information you seek to understand the difference between subsidized vs. unsubsidized student loans.
by Mary D.
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National Merit Scholarship (How to Win It!): The Winner’s Guide

So, how can you reap the benefits of becoming a National Merit Finalist? Read this guide to learn everything you need to know!
by Ashley C.
weighted vs unweighted gpa

Weighted vs. Unweighted GPA: Everything You Need to Know

In this guide, we’ll look at the difference between weighted vs unweighted gpa, how each one is calculated, and how this affects you and your college apps.
by Ashley C.
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How to Get Into UCLA (The University of California – Los Angeles): A Complete Guide

In this guide, we will shed light on the strategies for what you can do to stand out to UCLA.
by Lena N.
Calculus AB vs BC

Calculus AB vs. BC: The Ultimate Guide

Calculus AB vs. Calculus BC. Which one should you take? This guide covers concepts, exams, and other elements you need to know.
by Mary D.
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Easiest AP Classes: The Ultimate Guide

We provide insight on which AP classes are the easiest, what to expect from these courses & whether taking “easy” AP classes will hurt your college chances.
by Ashley C.