This Tuesday, we have six Top Tweets to share with you to make planning for college just a little bit easier. Whether your student is just starting high school this fall or you’re on your 15th campus tour this year, we hope we can offer a little insight and reassurance on your college bound journey.
For our rockstar athletes out there, here are some great tips and questions to ask when planning for any summer showcase events. Good luck!
— TeenLife (@TeenLifeMedia) August 9, 2016
Okay, parents. This 10 Tips list is packed full of helpful information about paying for college. Tip #5 is research, research, research. Honestly, I think that should be the title of the article. A little work and due diligence will ensure that neither you, nor your student, end up with crippling debt at the end of their college career. Check out the full post and start learning everything you can today.
— Monica L. Matthews (@AidScholarship) August 9, 2016
Lauren is a standardized test guru! Follow her tips for planning and executing the dreaded ACT practice test. These 9 tips will make sure you get the most value possible from the exercise. She even includes some test-taking tips and tricks and a FREE practice test. Happy studying!
— Lauren Gaggioli (@HigherScores) August 9, 2016
Writing your application essay is intimidating, but don’t overthink it. Key takeaway here: when you write your essay, tell a meaningful story that without your essay the admissions officer would never know. What about you is unique and meaningful?
— Magoosh SAT & ACT (@MagooshSAT_ACT) August 8, 2016
What on earth is demonstrated interest? If you’re like most parents and students, you probably have no clue. Sure, we can make an educated guess: the amount of interest a student has demonstrated? But how is it done and is it important? Apparently, it is. Read the full article to learn about “showing a college some love.”
— College MatchPoint (@CollegeMatchPt) August 9, 2016
Creating an impressive resume is a necessary skill at any age. Whether you are searching for a job, applying for college or competing for a scholarship, your resume can speak volumes. Check out this article for tips on creating the perfect resume. Warning: video is set to autoplay. But, its a great video!
2016 Career Guide and resume tips from Money Magazine – know how to market your key strengths to the right employers https://t.co/s2ciDSDOAh
— ARoadmap for College (@Roadmap4college) August 9, 2016
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