This is Issue #5 of our Top Tweets Tuesday series where we share the top college prep tweets we’ve come across to make planning for college just a little bit easier. Whether you’re just starting high school 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.
We’re all about planning, which is why we love this article about creating a semester plan to stay on top of test prep. Our favorite part is step 3, make it fun! Planning and studying doesn’t have to be serious and stressful. Find a way to make it fun. Reward yourself! You deserve it!
— Varsity Tutors (@varsitytutors) September 13, 2016
Building your college list is an important step in the college planning process. If you’re just starting out, this task can seem intimidating. Check out this straightforward guide on how to create your college list (complete with a printable pdf)!
— College Essay Guy (@CollegeEssayGuy) September 13, 2016
Hey parents! If you’re wondering how you can help your child manage stress in high school, check out this great article from Your Teen Magazine. They give you six practical ways that you can support your student, which means less stress for everyone!
— Your Teen Magazine (@YourTeenMag) September 13, 2016
No one likes a late fee. If you plan on taking the ACT in October, make sure you’re signed up by Friday!
The registration deadline for the October ACT test is this Friday, September 16. Register now & avoid the late fee: https://t.co/ZM6vLlUBpG
— ACTStudent (@ACTStudent) September 13, 2016
If you’re starting your junior year, you’re probably already starting to feel the pressure to get serious about planning for college. Here is a list of six things you should be thinking about and checking off your list this year. If I could add a number 7, it would be to relax and enjoy the process 🙂
— SmartCollegeVisit (@collegevisit) September 13, 2016
See you next Tuesday!