Don’t Get Fooled by College Marketing

Written by Lisa Bleich In the world of highly competitive college admissions, it seems contradictory that colleges would spend so much time and money marketing to students when every article you [...]

Class Planning: Challenge, Don’t Overwhelm

Written by Lisa Bleich “I’m so stressed out about what classes to take next year!” moaned my youngest daughter when she was a sophomore in high school. “What do you mean? I thought we figured out [...]

Generation Z Goes to College

Last week at the IECA Conference in Denver, CO I attended a seminar with Corey Seemiller, the co-author of Generation Z Goes to College. Seemiller conducted research with students from Generation [...]

Sending Mid-Year Report to Colleges

Now is time to put in a request to guidance to send your midyear report. If you were deferred Early Decision or Early Action, you are now part of the the regular decision school, so colleges will [...]

Class Planning: Balance is Key

Written by Lisa Bleich “I’m so stressed out about what classes to take next year!” moaned my youngest daughter when she was a sophomore in high school. “What do you mean? I thought we figured out [...]

Balance Is Key When Planning Your Classes

Written by Lisa Bleich “I’m so stressed out about what classes to take next year!” moaned my youngest daughter last year when she was a sophomore in high school. “What do you mean? I thought we [...]

Study Tips for Major Exams

Written by Lisa Bleich   Good luck to those of you who have major exams coming up. Here are some tips to do your best. Organize and Plan Ahead. One of the biggest stressors for studying for [...]

Study Tips for Midterms/Finals

Written by Lisa Bleich Good luck to those of you who have midterms or finals this week. Here are some tips to do your best. Organize and Plan Ahead. One of the biggest stressors for studying for [...]

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