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What is the difference between Early Action (EA) and Early Decision (ED)? Early Decision and Early Action are college application options which can simplify college decision-making, but are not good choices for every student. Generally, Early Decision and Early Action...read more
A former student asked me some questions about diagnostic testing. So here are my answers. What do test scores say about a student's intellectual ability? Test scores suggest a student’s intellectual capacity for taking a diagnostic test, which for grammar, math, and...read more
This week, Creighton University announced that it is joining the growing ranks of colleges and universities that will not require students to submit a standardized test score -- ACT or SAT -- for admission. This is a developing trend throughout the country, which...read more
Three options to earn college credits while taking high school courses—save time and money! Learn the benefits and the caveats, and which might be right for your student.read more
The ACT lets you send your scores for free to four colleges. Students wonder whether they should and which schools to choose. Some pundits suggest not to because selecting this option means you won’t get to review the scores before they’re sent. OnToCollege disagrees....read more
This Sallie Mae graphic shows that the average spent for college annually is $26,458. You can get a strong college for less. Just get our OTC book: America’s Most Affordable Colleges: Our Definitive List, which is part of our OTC College Counseling System. Also, on...read more
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