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SAT vs. PSAT – What’s the Difference?

While the SAT and PSAT-related assessments have a lot in common, they have differences when it comes to how and where you take the assessments, what your scores mean, and more. Let’s take a look at such differences as test names, purpose, content, scoring, and cost...

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Congratulations to our class of 2019 Seniors!

Our hardworking seniors have finally heard back from all the colleges they've applied to! We could not be more proud of each and every one of them. Below are a few students who have shown academic excellence and have gotten into amazing universities: Lawrence M. -...

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NYU To Open New Medical School with FREE Tuition

NYU Long Island Medical School will offer a three-year program offering full-tuition scholarships to students and focus on training primary care physicians. New York University today announced that it is creating a new, three-year medical school on the NYU Winthrop Hospital campus in Mineola, Long Island....

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The Ultimate Guide to Choosing a Major

Choosing a college major can be hard. Some students have known what they wanted to be since they were three years old; others aren’t sure, even with college right around the corner.Whether you’re already in college or you’ve just started applying, here are some tips...

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How to Start Planning for College in 11th Grade

You’re now a high school junior! It’s time to step up your college planning game and make sure you’re on track for applying to colleges. Here's a breakdown of the steps in our college planning checklist for 11th grade. If you’re a parent, you can also follow...

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