My Application was Deferred…Now What?

Posted by & filed under College Admissions, Preparing for college, Uncategorized, Visiting Colleges.

deferred college application

If your early application was deferred, a compelling mid-year update letter can have an impact   It’s one of the tough realities of college admissions: every year, many highly qualified and deserving students apply early and are deferred by a wide range of schools, which means that the admissions office won’t decide on their application… Read more »

Your PSAT Scores and What They Mean

Posted by & filed under PSAT, SAT Baseline Test, SAT Subject test, Test Prep Tutoring, Uncategorized.

What does your PSAT score Mean. Understanding your PSAT scores

What do Your PSAT Scores Mean? This week, most high school sophomores and juniors will receive their PSAT  results.  For many juniors, receiving their PSAT scores marks the beginning of a concerted push to get ready for the SAT or ACT.  Other juniors may have already begun the test preparation process.  For sophomores, PSAT scores… Read more »

All you Need to Know About Graduate School Requirements

Posted by & filed under Graduate School Counseling, Law School Admissions Bethesda MD, Law Schools Accept GRE, LSAT, LSAT Test Prep, Uncategorized.

Harvard Law School to Accept GRE Scores

Business School Admission Requirements Streamlined  Marks Education is excited to announce a new resource on our website that will make planning for graduate school even easier. Prospective MBA students now have access to our research on business school admissions statistics and requirements. Got a question about what percentage of Wharton applicants use the GRE rather… Read more »

All you need to know About Law School Requirements

Posted by & filed under Graduate School Counseling, GRE Test Prep, Law School Admissions Bethesda MD, Law Schools Accept GRE, Uncategorized.

Law School Admission Requirements Streamlined Marks Education is happy to announce a new resource on our website that will make the law school application process even more manageable. JD bound students now have access to our database of research on admissions statistics and requirements for top law programs across the country. Got a question about… Read more »

College Interview FAQ

Posted by & filed under College Admissions, Essay Writing, Plan College Visits, Preparing for college, Uncategorized, Visiting Colleges.

Tools to help you succeed in college admission interviews A strong interview can be a big plus in the college application process—a chance for you to share your interests, your personality, and your excitement about the colleges you’ve chosen. Now that the college application season is underway, we wanted to share our answers to a… Read more »

The LSAT Goes Digital

Posted by & filed under Law School Admissions Bethesda MD, Law Schools Accept GRE, LSAT, LSAT Test Prep, Uncategorized.

  Ready to take the LSAT online? Last year, The Law School Admission Council (LSAC) announced that starting with the September 21, 2019 test date, the LSAT would be fully digital. Candidates now take the LSAT on Microsoft Surface Go tablets provided by testing centers. As part of the transition to digital testing, half of all… Read more »

Advanced Placement Exam Deadlines Approaching

Posted by & filed under ACT Baseline Test, AP Subject Test, Carless Errors, College Admissions, Essay Writing, Uncategorized.

Make Sure You are Signed Up!   Although the timeline may vary depending on the school you attend, many students planning on taking Advanced Placement (AP) exams in the spring of 2020 need to be signed up for those exams by mid-November 2019.  Typically, students do not sign up themselves, but instead their schools sign… Read more »

I Can’t Believe That Happened During My Test!

Posted by & filed under ACT Baseline Test, AP Subject Test, Carless Errors, Uncategorized.

Wait, what happened? It is test day.  You have been preparing for your SAT/ACT for months.  You have completed countless practice sections and a practice test. You have gained confidence and developed strategies.  You are ready to rock the test! But then, the unexpected happens: just as the proctor tells you to begin, the marching… Read more »

Time Management Tips for the New School Year

Posted by & filed under Plan College Visits, PSAT, SAT Subject test, Test Prep Tutoring, Uncategorized, Visiting Colleges.

PSAT Scores. What do PSAT scores mean

Get back in the swing of things with these time management tips!   A new school year has arrived, and with it an opportunity to be more organized than last year!  To help students make good use of the precious time they have, we would like to share some time management techniques our students have… Read more »