Myth 1: It’s better to get good grades than take challenging courses. Sure, grades are important. However, colleges seek out students who challenge themselves academically and demonstrate intellectual curiosity. They don’t want applicants content with taking the easy route. Admissions officers appreciate drive and determination. Applicants who display even moderate success in advanced classes will […]
We just finished another great event in Washington DC.
One of the great advantages that comes from being the nation's largest college planning program is our ability to bring the right group of people together to really make an impact on the lives of students and families.
We were focusing this year on how to best encourage students to pursue careers in areas that our country and our world need most like Science, Technology and Education.
This is a short video clip of this year's Summit.