Monthly Archives: November 2016

Where Are My PSAT Scores & What Do They Mean?!

READ ON TO FIND OUT HOW TO LOCATE YOUR SCORES! The PSAT (a pre-SAT) taken by virtually every U.S. 11th grader (and many younger students) and it’s also the qualifying test for the National Merit Scholarship Competition (NMSC). Students tested in October and their scores become available in December 2016. Counselors will receive the data on December 5th and a week later on December 12th scores will be available online for families in each student’s CollegeBoard account. Most schools opt to also receive paper reports to distribute to students. These will arrive at the schools in January 2017. So how … Continue reading

5 Reasons to NOT Pay Your College Deposit

It’s exciting! You have a place to go to college. A new home for the next four year. SOMEONE wants you – maybe even your first choice school. They’ve even offered you some scholarship money, and now they’ve asked for your deposit. STOP! Did you know that the National Association for College Admissions Counselors (NACAC – of which I’m a member) ethics states that no college shall manipulate students to make a commitment prior to May 1 and housing options may not be leveraged to do so. ┬áIt is your right to take your time to make what is a … Continue reading

Questions to Ask When Choosing Test Prep

Discerning the best fit test prep program for your child can feel like just another daunting task in the college bound journey. There is no one size that fits all, and any organization giving a guarantee of results or claiming a magic formula for improvement should be avoided. To help guide families through making an educated decision, LEAP has formulated crucial questions to ask along with how we answer those questions. How long has your Program been in Business? LEAP was founded in 1999 and has assisted tens of thousands of Cincinnati and Columbus area students in improving their ACT … Continue reading

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