College exams are the bane of every high school student’s existence. Exam results often affect a student’s chances of getting accepted in a good college, even if many colleges have now opted to disregard results from standardized exams. While these tests don’t determine your intelligence, the scores could still affect your chances of getting accepted […]
College Admission: Pointers for Getting Into College and Succeeding
Whether you’re fresh out of high school or going for your doctorate, navigating the college admission process can be equal parts exciting and nerve-racking. You’re often facing application deadlines and essay requirements, all while trying to put your best foot forward. Getting into college is often a stressful time – let HBCU Lifestyle make it easier.
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Selecting the best school to go to for a college degree can depend on several factors which revolve around one question: what is your definition of “the best school for you”? The answer could vary depending on what the person is looking for. If you’re on the fence about your choice of college or university, […]
Choosing a good college is one of the main concerns of high school seniors all over the country. There are so many to choose from! Some seniors may still be on the fence about the college they want to enroll in, or they may be skeptical about their chances of being accepted by their primary […]
Over my past decade as an educator, I have been in the position to choose students for a number of different opportunities. I have been on program admission and scholarship selection panels charged with evaluating teens on a number of different data points including grades, community service and extra-curricular activities. One surprising, unadvertised factor is […]
Some of your peers are joining volunteer programs for the summer and on the weekends when school starts. Should you join, too? If you’re on the fence about volunteering, you’re not alone. There are so many other things you can do with your time, and you know it. Being a student volunteer is a huge […]
Choosing a college is a major life decision that will impact your future for years to come. Begin by researching different colleges and universities. Have discussions your parents or guardians, guidance counselor, teachers and peers. Take what they have to say under consideration, but remember at the end of the day you need to choose […]
Source by Loreal Lynch, Schools.com As Facebook has become more and more popular—if it were a country, it would be the third largest in the world—its use in the field of education has expanded, too. In fact, more than 80% of college admissions officers report using Facebook as part of their recruiting process. Are admissions […]
Entry #38, December 30, 2010 Article from CNN: Nearly a quarter of all students who try to join the U.S. Army can’t pass the entrance exam, a new study says. The study, “Shut Out of the Military: Today’s High School Education Doesn’t Mean You’re Ready for Today’s Army,” puts the blame on America’s educational system. […]