Summer Task for Seniors: Prepare Additional Materials

What additional materials can you prepare for your college application? This posts suggest some materials you can start collecting this summer in order to be prepared for your college applications this fall.

Summer Tasks for Seniors: The College List

If you are a senior who would like to be on top of the college application process, then this series of blog posts can help! Read about what you should be doing this summer in order to alleviate the stress of completing your college applications this fall.

Beware the Information Session, Says Expert Educational Consultant

Mark reminds students to take information sessions with a grain of salt and keep an eye out for the hard facts.

Educational Consultant Asks: Are Books Obsolete at College Libraries?

Mark talks about the shift in the function of university libraries as less students use books for their research.

Expert Educational Consultant on the Liberal Arts Versus Professional Training

Mark goes to Ithaca College to talk about the difference between liberal arts colleges and more modern institutions, like Ithaca, that focus more on professional training.

Admissions Counselor Reviews Elon University

An up and coming university, Elon takes care to admit students that will be a good fit.

Expert College Advisor on Touring Universities

Mark explains what to expect from campus tours and universities large and small.

Educational Consultant on the Philosophy Behind Jesuit Schools

You don’t need to be Christian — or religious at all — to attend a Jesuit school. Mark explains the expectations and requirements of these great colleges.

Educational Consultant on Choosing a Major in the United States

Must you choose a college major before applying for university admission? Not at the University of Washington. Mark explains in this video.

Four Myths About the PSAT

Did you receive your PSAT scores? What do they mean? This blog post will debunk four common myths about the PSAT and you can learn how to take full advantage of the information provided with your score.