Monthly Archives: June 2012

4 Ohio Colleges You Might Not Know

Doing college visits in June doesn’t give someone the full feel of a campus, however it does give an independent counselor, like myself, plenty of time to not feel rushed taking the tour, speaking with admission counselors and those in financial aid.  Watch our video, Ohio Colleges, to get a glimpse of four very different campuses and read some highlights below.  Thanks to Trent Mader for putting the video together of my iPhone snapshots!  University of Dayton  UD is a great and unique size, in my opinion.  Many of the private schools are much smaller and the publics are much larger, so … Continue reading

Shame on You, SAT!

Students and families, for many years, have begged both SAT and ACT to add summer test dates at the end of summer, so students can prep and test during the summer months when they are removed from the pressures of school. Additionally, Collegeboard (owner of the SAT test) has warned families to not use test prep as they say it doesn’t make a difference.  Finally, SAT is doing something about it this August AND it looks like they are endorsing test prep!  Excited?  Don’t be. The August SAT will be given to a select few 50 students.  Not only are the … Continue reading

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