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High school and college students have asked me this question many times. My initial answer? It’s complicated.
“How can I improve my speed on the SAT/ACT?” is one of the most frequently asked questions I hear from students. It’s a tricky question to answer without knowing specifically how a student approaches test-taking because we all read and calculate at different rates. However, there are general strategies anyone can use to improve performance speed on test day.
Elite Education Group is providing refugee children with full access to an American middle school and high school education through our recognized and proven blended learning programs.
Studying doesn’t have to be a solitary confinement sentence. You have the freedom to mix things up every so often, to get those neurons firing, to live life to the fullest! You have the freedom to have a study party!
According to psychological studies, grit is a more reliable predictor of future success than SAT scores, IQ scores, or academic pedigree. In other words, talent has much less to do with success than perseverance and passion do.
Participating in a college interiew is a fantastic way to demonstrate interest and has the potential to add another dimension to your college application. Here are some college interview questions you should be prepared to answer in a competent and compelling manner.
With so many required school classes and extracurriculars, the idea of taking on test prep classes might feel overwhelming. You might think spending so much time and doing so much work just to prepare for one test isn’t worth it. However, test prep classes have so much to offer. Here are five things they can help you do.
Dichotomies place two terms in opposition. The problem is that they’re often false. Such terms are often not mutually exclusive or exhaustive. That is, these terms can sometimes overlap, or we’ll find there’s a third or fourth option that such dichotomies conceal...
Didn't get a chance to read every post we published in 2017? No problem! If you only have time to read a few articles this year, here are our top 10 blog posts to make 2018 your best year yet.
During your college search, it is important to research schools carefully, but not all information can be found on the school's website. Take a look at these suggestions regarding the types of insightful questions you can ask admissions reps.
You may have encountered this writing principle in the Declaration of Independence, fairy tales, novels, or even Aristotle’s Rhetoric. Look closely, and you’ll find the Rule of Three is all around us. Here's how to use it to make your own writing even better.
Mobile apps and other productivity thieves can have a profoundly alluring effect, preying on our dopamine receptors, providing us an easy escape from less pleasant tasks that naggingly demand our attention. Homework and studying, not so much. Next time you find yourself distracted, ward off procrastination with some of these helpful strategies:
Nineteen branches of Elite Educational Institute have received accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, so students can earn school credit and get ahead as they prepare for college applications.
College admissions professionals are not individuals you want to frustrate or annoy, especially since admission decisions can hinge on razor-thin margins. To improve your chances of admission, you want to make all the right moves and avoid all the wrong ones. So, here are 5 sure-fire ways to annoy your admissions officers.
2017 marks Elite Educational Institute’s 30-year anniversary. At 30, the company has achieved a global reach and an international reputation through diverse educational programming across 48 branches spanning seven countries.
GPA is certainly a major factor in college admissions, but it’s far from the only one. College admissions committees read your application holistically. If you have a low GPA, here are a few strategic workarounds to consider as you prepare to apply to college.
Demonstrated interest is a factor many colleges consider when making admissions decisions. In this article, Elite Prep instructor Jon G. shares some effective (and not-so-effective) ways to demonstrate your interest in a college.
The ECS program will provide low-income and first-generation students with free SAT preparation and mentorship at the Alliance Patti & Peter Neuwirth Leadership Academy and the Camino Nuevo Charter Academy, Dalzell Lance Campus.
The past subjunctive is a grammatical mood in English used to describe situations that are contrary to fact; Beyoncé is not a boy and Justin Bieber is not your boyfriend (probably).
Five Elite Open School Learning Resource Centers have been certified to issue I-20s so that international students accepted by Elite Open School may apply for F-1 student visas.