16 Aug Choosing Between the SAT and the ACT

  Standardized test scores are a crucial part of college applications, as they help admissions officers gauge a prospective applicant’s academic proficiency. As such, it is absolutely crucial that students do everything in their power to maximize the scores that they present on their college applications....

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24 Oct Why the Liberal Arts?

Here are some excerpts from Wesleyan President Michael Roth's article "Why the Liberal Arts Matter" What is a Liberal Arts Education?   "This means that your courses will be in general areas of study--philosophy, mathematics, literature, art history, economics, languages, and so on--rather than in applied or specialized fields....

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19 May The Truth About Graduation

Attending a four year college means you must graduate in four years, right? For many students who matriculate into four year colleges this isn’t the case. The data shows that most undergraduate students are not graduating in four years. Four-Year Graduation Rates Public colleges and universities: 33% Nonprofit...

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06 Mar AIM Reading Club

The Reading Comprehension & Writing on the SAT /ACT are one of the biggest obstacles to students' college admissions success. Our students simply haven't practiced reading, critical thinking and writing enough - and there's only so much a 3 month prep course can do. The only way to overcome this, is to...

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