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When and How to Praise Your Teen

When and How to Praise Your Teen

Parenting adolescents is frequently a delicate balancing act – don’t be too strict, nor too lenient; be involved, but not overinvolved; encourage your teen to participate in activities, but don’t over-schedule them; monitor their activities, but don’t snoop. We have...

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Denied? No. Accepted? No. Deferred!

Denied? No. Accepted? No. Deferred!

You’ve sent in your applications. Now you’re waiting for a letter from each college you applied to, either offering you admission or turning down your application. And there’s another possibility: a college may put you on a waiting list. This can happen when you meet...

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Understanding Test Anxiety

Understanding Test Anxiety

You've done all of your homework and studied hard, and you think you have a grip on the material. But then the day of the test comes. Suddenly, you blank out, freeze up, zone out, or feel so nervous that you can't get it together to respond to those questions you knew...

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Is Your Student College-Ready?

Is Your Student College-Ready?

One of the biggest adjustments for new college students is the newfound freedom. College students have an increase in personal responsibility and a lot less external structure. There are no set study times, no required meal times, no one to tell them when to sleep or...

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The Pre-Med Track: Med School…Or Not

The Pre-Med Track: Med School…Or Not

It makes sense to assume that every pre-med student is destined to become a doctor, but that’s not always the case. The truth is that a pre-med major can pursue graduate, professional, or medical school or enter the workforce in an entry-level job in their desired...

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