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Do You Need a Writing Coach? with Suzanne Davis

Suzanne Davis is a writing coach and tutor who helps high school and college students master the academic writing skills they need to excel in their classes. Another mission she has is to help students write compelling and memorable college admissions and scholarship essays that get them into their dream schools. She has a B.A. and M.A. in English and an M.A. in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL). Listen to this informational College Financial Aid and Car

The Top 3 Tips from a Career Coach with Claudia Miller

Claudia Miller – College Financial Aid and Career Navigation with Tom & Maria Geffers and Seth Greene Episode 006 Claudia Miller Claudia started her career like many people do: in an entry-level role, not loving her job, and barely making any money. But unlike many of her colleagues at that time, she wasn’t willing to settle. While she’s certainly ambitious, and no stranger to hard work, the idea of working in a non-ideal situation for years on end to “pay her dues” or “slowl

What Does "Test Optional" Really Mean

Test Optional means that it is not mandatory for students to submit their SAT or ACT scores as part of their college application.

What to do if your SAT or ACT was Canceled

Author : Jeb Applerouth Yesterday, The College Board and ACT, Inc. announced that in response to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the SAT and ACT will be suspended until June. Students who were planning to take the makeup SAT on March 28, the ACT on April 4, or the SAT on May 2 will have to make adjustments to their testing plans. For students who had prepared or have been preparing for these tests for weeks or months, this decision, though necessary for public safet