As the reply deadline approaches, you can take a breath of relief! After all, you deserve to have some fun. However, Marjorie explains the importance of staying focused on your academics and why it matters even after May 1st!
The colon (:) and the semicolon (;) both appear very frequently on both the SAT and ACT grammar sections. However, they are not commonly used in everyday writing. But here’s some good news from Matthew: both pieces of punctation are very straightforward, and here’s why.
When writing a college essay, it can be difficult to even know where to start. After all, there’s so much you could say. Jared gives some advice on what makes a good college essay topic - or really, he asks a question that makes a good essay topic.
While a lot of students divide their prep into math/science and verbal, that isn’t the only way to do it. Jerry actually recommends a different approach, that is, working on the science and reading sections together.
So you’re waiting for mid-March when colleges will release a flood of seemingly life-defining decisions. It’s a nerve-wracking time, but here are some tips from Sean about how he spent his time waiting for his college decisions!