Senioritis Cure Tips For High School Students

Senior year is the one where most kids decide to start relaxing. We get it; you’ve worked hard for years and now it’s almost over. Senioritis wants to kick in, but don’t let it. Chances are good that you’ll end up slacking and let that work go to waste. Use these simple senioritis cure tips to keep your mind sharp and make your senior year the best one yet. Have…

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The Best Foods To Eat Before A Test

Diet is important when it comes to learning. Besides knowledge, you do need actual “brain food” to keep the mind sharp, attention span up, and be cognitively flexible. Let’s take a look at the best foods to eat before a test, so you know what to have for dinner and breakfast to get ready. Besides eating right on the morning of, use these SAT test day tips to get your…

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Productivity Hacks For Work And School

College demands a lot from you, in terms of time, focus, and production. There’s a lot to do between readings, classes, assignments, papers, and exams. The same goes for life after college. Your career will also demand a lot from you, in terms of work and commitment. Here are 5 productivity hacks for both school and work you can use, regardless of circumstance. Take a minute to learn about our…

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How To Be Successful In High School

The transition from junior high to high school can be rough for some kids; the pressure to do well, knowing that this is the last required level of public schooling, and needing to prepare for college is a lot. To make life easier if you’re about to enter high school, take a moment to check out our tips for how to be successful in high school. Don’t forget to take…

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Weighted vs Unweighted GPA

Once again, we’re taking a moment to address a question that we’re often asked. That question is “weighted vs unweighted GPA, which one should my child have?” Let’s take a few minutes then to address what a weighted GPA is, what it isn’t, the differences between them, and how colleges evaluate them when looking at applicants. Besides learning about GPAs, take a second to check out our various SAT and…

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GPA vs Test Scores: Which is More Important?

Since the creation of standardized tests like the SAT and ACT, teachers, students, and college administrators have debated GPA vs. test scores, and which is the better predictor of future success. Let’s discuss which, between GPA and SAT and/or ACT scores, is more important in the eyes of a college admissions director. To better your chances on either test, check out our SAT prep and ACT prep courses. The Value Of A…

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Video: High School Does Not Prep You For the SAT

Video: High School Does Not Prep You For the SAT [sat_one] In this video, I explain why high school does not prepare you for the SAT. We often have parents call us at 2400 Expert and say the following: “My daughter Susie gets straight A’s in her math and English classes, but she scores below average on the SAT Reading, Math, and Writing sections. We don’t understand what’s going on.” This…

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Video: Valedictorian Dumps Girlfriend In Shocking Graduation Speech In Front Of Thousands

High School Valedictorian Dumps Girlfriend in Shocking Graduation Speech In Front of Thousands! Spoiler Alert: I got the idea for this speech from Common’s “I Used to Love H.E.R.” song. Watch the whole video and you’ll understand why. Enjoy!   For more test strategy, college admissions, and scholarship application tips sign up for our FREE class happening right now!

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6 Quotes The Most Successful Students Say Everyday

Succeeding at school doesn’t happen by coincidence. Here are 6 quotes the most successful students say everyday in order to create their own future! (1) “One Day at a Time.” High school can get busy. Instead of becoming overwhelmed with AP classes, SAT/ACT exams, sports, and extracurricular activities, successful students take each day as it comes completing as much as they possibly can in one 24-hour period. (2) “One Task…

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