College Prep: Acing the College Interview

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BY MARILYN MORRISON “Tell me about yourself.”  Tough questions like these await nervous high school seniors in a college admissions interview—one of the last hurdles in the application process.  The interviews are conducted by admission officers, … [Read more...]

College Prep: Tackling the College Admission Essay

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BY MARILYN MORRISON There is nothing more terrifying to a high school senior than sitting down to write the essay portion of a college application.  The challenge of describing oneself in 500 words or less is indeed daunting, but the essay (also … [Read more...]

Sharpen your number 2 pencils…it’s college testing time!

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BY  MARILYN C. MORRISON Many parents, students, and educators would like to see standardized testing de-emphasized in the college admission process, but these exams are an inevitable hurdle that most college-bound students must overcome.  While … [Read more...]

College Prep: The Parent’s Role in the College Admission Process

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BY MARILYN C. MORRISON After years of volunteering in the classroom, cheering from the sidelines at the soccer field, and ferrying kids from music lessons to the orthodontist’s office, parents often find it difficult to know where to draw the line … [Read more...]