It's winter of sophomore year -- is your child on track? Take a look and find out what your child should be doing now to prepare for college.
You've been deferred, and you're feeling down. Understandable. But here's what you can do next.
Not sure what to make of that PSAT score? Here are some practical tips.
Not sure what to do before your child submits those Early Action or Early Decision applications? Read on for practical tips to make sure everything gets in on time!
Achievements alone aren't enough to stand out. In this post, you'll learn 3 simple techniques for conveying that elusive quality: likeability.
Is your child applying to Stanford? This post offers three tips for making the most out of the "Stanford roommate essay."
Every year, I see parents ruin their child's Common App essay because they don't understand the difference between "editor" and "co-writer." Please don't be one of those parents. Seriously.
You diversify your investment portfolio. What about diversifying your child's college list? Read on for 10 possibilities.
Your child's college list isn't complete without some safety schools. Learn how to avoid three common mistakes families make when choosing safety schools.
Dr. Victoria Tillson Evans shares the truth about financial aid so your family can make better college planning decisions.
Learn 5 practical tips for writing your best application essay.
This post covers 12 USC Admission FAQ. The goal is to give parents a better understanding of the USC admission process.
Is your child applying to Michigan, USC, or any other college that requires the "Why this college" essay? Make sure you get it right!
Not sure about whether your kid should sign up for the PSAT, SAT, or ACT this fall? Read on to learn how to decide!