Get rid of guilt. Connect with other students studying for the ACT. Find support from a teacher or tutor. Trust yourself. Learn and practice better study habits. Turn off all technology. Research demonstrates that we lose 10 IQ points when distracted. Be Zen like, do the work, exercise, eat, and sleep.
What High Schools Don’t Tell You. Create a Long Term Plan for Your 7th-10th Grader to Get Into the Top Colleges
What High Schools Don’t Tell You is our August and September book club reading.The book review that appears below was written by the Davidson Institute for Talent Development. Anyone who has ever applied to college knows the process is somewhat of a mystery. But if this is your first encounter with the procedure, it’s […]
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1. Leave the guilt behind and live in the present moment Teens, like all of us, can have guilt about what they should have done. The most important action is for them to forget about the past and move into the now. Feeling guilty from past actions whether justified or not does not matter. As […]
Parents want to help their teenager prepare and score high on the ACT exam. As parents, we do not know what to ask or how to ask about their ACT test preparation. Having raised two teenagers and prepared 100s of students that increased their ACT score an average of 4 points, below are the I […]
Summer may sound like an unusual time to prepare for a college entrance exam, however keep reading to find out why it is the best time! (1) High school students have less academic responsibilities during the summer. (2) There is more FREE time to study during the summer months. (3) The September ACT is […]