223: How to Apply for Testing Accommodations for ACT & SAT

30 Jul

It’s possible to receive accommodations on the SAT & ACT for students with physical or learning differences. However (and this is a super important point for families of these kinds of students):  you need to apply in advance. Both SAT … Read More »

222: Anti-Boring Tool #3 – Hone It Notes

23 Jul

Do you ever review your lecture notes after you take them? Most people don’t… mostly because it seems like a lot of work and they don’t know how. This simple note taking tip could change your entire ability to learn … Read More »

221: Four Tips for Knocking Off Your Summer Reading Assignment

16 Jul

Many schools assign summer reading, and most students wait until the last minute to do it. Tune in as Megan and Gretchen provide four tips for getting a head start on your summer reading, and getting it done well before … Read More »

220: Anti-Boring Study Tool #2 – The Study Senses

9 Jul

Is studying tedious and boring? Use the Study Senses as a simple checklist for how to engage your brain while learning, so that you learn more in less time. Tune in for Part 2 of the Anti-Boring Summer Series, where … Read More »

219: Before You Write Your Admissions Essays, Listen to This

2 Jul

Essays are an important component of college applications, but most people– students, parent, and even educators– have little idea what a winning essay looks like or how to write one. Listen as we help you get started and share advice … Read More »