Videos & Podcasts
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.
In this episode of 'Ask John Anything!', John discusses two important types of financial aid, and tells you everything you need to know on how to best use these grants to lower your cost of college!
In this month's 'Ask John Anything!', John goes in-depth on the PreACT and PSAT, and offers his advice on how to best use these fantastic practice tools!
Recommendation letters are so important. In this month's "Ask John Anything!", we'll tell you what makes a recommendation letter great, and offer advice on what you can do to help makes yours the best it can be!
Earn credits and bypass college courses. Get a second chance at earning credit for AP courses if needed. Save money and time (which is money!) to graduate with minimal debt.
In this episode of 'Ask John Anything!', John discusses the importance of the personal statement on the common application, and offers his five best tips to help you perfect yours.
How to build quality not quantity, and passion not paper-fillers, to achieve higher level skills and have greater impact in the admissions office.
In this "Ask John Anything!", we discuss the importance of middle school! John gives a motivational message for all middle schoolers and their parents. Educators and Parents: please share with your middle school students and families!
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