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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...

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 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 16, 2021

Colleges Where You Send ALL Test Scores

ACT & SAT scores are private information not released to colleges without student consent much like your doctor o...

Feb 9, 2021

High School Course Selection Advice

It's course selection season! So many choice, but a limited number of periods to fit them in each day. Then the press...

Feb 2, 2021

Identifying Students' Future Careers

While serving our families, we recognized a key missing piece to the coaching of the college bound journey: college m...

Jan 19, 2021

Breaking SAT News

Let's keep it simple to quickly release the big news! We aren't at all surprised by any of these announcements of changes to the SAT.  

Jan 12, 2021

How a State ACT Differs from National Dates

State ACT testing works a bit different than national Saturday testing, so it’s no wonder families are confused! All ...

Jan 4, 2021

Who should take the February 6 National ACT?

The first ACT of the calendar year is always in February. In 2021, the test date is February 6 with a registration de...

Dec 22, 2020

Making the Most of Winter Break

While sleeping in, video games and Netflix may be calling over the Winter Break, there is still plenty of time for college-bound students to do something productive toward their college goals.

Dec 1, 2020

How to Save Money on Taking the ACT & SAT

One survey by Finder calculated the average college bound journey to cost $4,688. Taking an official ACT or SAT for a “trial run” to "see how you test" before embarking on test prep and serious testing is a costly mistake.
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