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May 17, 2021

Does your College Application Need a Resume?

Colleges fall into three categories with approximately 1/3 of the 900+ colleges on the Common App allowing for the u...

May 11, 2021

Can Online Tutoring Be As Effective As In-Person?

Of our 59 Google reviews, 22% have been submitted since Covid. All are 5-stars and demonstrate that online works. When a parent has concerns about online tutoring not being effective, Sheri, our Relationship Manager, encourages families to at least try it. LEAP doesn't require contracts of our clients, so they can always quit. Over the last year, only one client who tried online tutoring found that it didn't work well for their child. They cited too much screen time. I get it. Our hope as schools move back to in-person and we have all learned how to Zoom better is too much screen time will no longer be an issue. Why is this our hope? In addition to our data of improvements, our tutors actually prefer Zoom tutoring for 1:1.

Apr 27, 2021

The New ACT Superscoring Report

"ACT will now provide an automatically calculated ACT Superscore to all students who have taken the ACT more than onc...

Apr 19, 2021

Is a College Essay Coach a Good Idea?

1. Can you find your voice, your story, on your own? 2.  Do you know how the personal statement differs from an essay you write for your English teacher? 3.  Are you horrible at meeting deadlines and working ahead?  

Apr 12, 2021

Will Test Optional Increase Your Admission Chances?

What is Test Optional Test Optional in college admissions is not a new movement, but it has certainly increased in in...

Apr 5, 2021

ACT Testing: Too Early for 10th Graders?

In short, it just depends! There are many students who would benefit from early testing which will help keep the str...

Mar 29, 2021

More Than Okay

Great perspective for any senior receiving a college rejection letter or juniors considering where to apply August 1....

Mar 19, 2021

Will your AP Score Earn College Credit?

Individual colleges, not the College Board, set the policies on awarding credit for AP exams. Advanced Placement (AP...

Mar 15, 2021

5 Steps for 10th Graders to Launch the College Search

While the junior year is known as the most challenging academically and the crucial year for the college-bound journey, it is wise to jump-start the process in the spring of 10th grade. Families are often surprised to learn or be reminded, that by the completion of the first semester sophomore year the GPA for college application has reached the halfway point.

Mar 5, 2021

What College Essays Teach About the College Search

For decades, the LEAP team has guided thousands through the college application process which includes writing essays...

Feb 22, 2021

Where are My State ACT Scores?

All Ohio juniors take either the ACT or SAT at their high school in late winter just as many in other states also do. The majority of Ohio schools opted for the ACT in a pencil to paper format given on February 25th or March 10th in 2020; those taking the SAT or testing online have different dates. Students who’ve taken the ACT before on their own have noticed these states’ results are slower than national test date results to arrive.

Feb 17, 2021

Common App Essay Prompts, Class of 2022

Ask a senior or recent college graduate what the most challenging piece of the college application cycle is. Number one answer: the essay. The Common App prompts for the class of 2022 were announced in February. The Common App prompts for the 2021-22 have a slight change over the previous three years that had consistent topics. We have one retired prompt and a new one.
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