Fall is fast approaching and with it comes a new school year for your child.
Are scholarships only for outstanding students and stellar athletes? Definitely not!
Ray Huntington offers suggestions for parents who want to help their child establish a successful after-school routine.
Strive for academic excellence by using test preparation techniques. Time management is one skill that should be mastered in order to be fully prepared.
As the school year starts, high school juniors nationwide are undoubtedly thinking of the approaching SAT college entrance exam, typically taken in the spring of a student's junior year.
If your teen is preparing to take the SAT or ACT this fall, there is no better time for him or her to register for a customized test prep program. Summer break is the perfect opportunity for students to focus on studying for the SAT or ACT because their schedules are far less crowded with school and extracurricular activities. Your teen can work from a targeted schedule to put himself or herself in the best position for the August or September exam.
For students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), simple tasks such as getting ready for school and finishing a homework assignment can be a stressful battle. Eileen Huntington of Huntington Learning Center offers a few strategies for parents to keep ADHD students focused and on task.
The College Board will roll out a totally redesigned SAT in spring 2016. What exactly is changing?
If your teen struggles with test taking, he or she isn't alone.
In March of 2014, College Board officials announced plans to significantly alter the format and content of the SAT, one of the most widely taken college entrance exams in the nation.