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Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

By ScholarPrep Nation / July 28, 2017 / Comments Off on Nine Things Every Freshman Needs to Know Before Starting College

This is a guest post written by Samantha, the founder of AsLifeGrows.com, where she teaches students everything they need to know to have a successful college experience. Through her posts, weekly newsletter, and ecourses, she has helped thousands of students become more successful in college. During the past few years, she has been able to earn […]

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How to save and display your awards and honors

How to Save and Display Your Awards and Honors

By ScholarPrep Nation / May 21, 2017 / Comments Off on How to Save and Display Your Awards and Honors

Awards and honors are an important part of applying to colleges and for scholarships. Have you been keeping the certificates, medals, trophies that represent your awards and honors? Do you have pictures of yourself at academic competitions? All of those can come in handy during your application process. So, how do you save, store, and […]

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How to create your honors and awards list for applications

How to Create Your Honors and Awards List for Applications

By ScholarPrep Nation / May 7, 2017 / Comments Off on How to Create Your Honors and Awards List for Applications

It’s time for you to start thinking about listing awards, honors, and activities for your college and scholarship applications. There are five blanks for academic awards on the common application. Where do you start? What do you include? This shouldn’t be difficult if you’ve been keeping your awards and honors organized in your ScholarPrep Organizer, […]

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College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade

College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade Graduation

By ScholarPrep Nation / May 3, 2017 / Comments Off on College Planning Begins the Summer After 8th Grade Graduation

Did you know that high school officially begins as soon as a student graduates from 8th grade? Anything they do after that day can be included on their high school resume for college and scholarship applications. Therefore, the summer before freshman year is the perfect time to start planning for college, even if it seems […]

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