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How Leaderships Skills Pave A Safe Way To College

By ScholarPrep Nation / November 12, 2021 / 0 Comments

Whenever competitive colleges start looking for eligible applicants, they’ll pay extra attention to several details. Leadership skills are a detail that can make an important difference. They are influenced by the activities that students have managed to undertake throughout their high school years.  Most admissions officers are aware of the fact that most applicants have […]

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6 Ways To Make A College App Stand Out From The Rest

By ScholarPrep Nation / November 5, 2021 / 0 Comments

Great college applications should stand out! Find out how with our 6 steps!

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Can The College Race Gap Be Closed For Good?

By ScholarPrep Nation / October 1, 2021 / 0 Comments

We’re still living in a world that has not surpassed its color lines. The quest to eliminate inequality and racism has led to a national conversation regarding our community. Our history has been downplayed and erased from the curriculum, while our youth has little idea about how impactful and powerful our commitment to education has […]

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How Extracurricular Activities Impact College Admissions

By ScholarPrep Nation / September 10, 2021 / 0 Comments

Preparing the perfect application requires meticulous preparation, especially for a first-generation college student. From writing the essay to working on a resume, a compelling college application requires time, patience, and diligence. Although high school counseling is rather popular among teenagers who aspire to become college students and their parents, some of the most important details […]

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College Essays and 7 Quick Tips On Writing The Best

By ScholarPrep Nation / August 26, 2021 / 0 Comments

Discover our 7 quick tips on writing college essays! Learn how to stand out from the crowd today!

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A Note From Our Friend, Jordan

By ScholarPrep Nation / August 31, 2020 / Comments Off on A Note From Our Friend, Jordan

Dear Friends: When The Village Method began providing youth development and outreach services for middle schoolers, we knew that we had developed a cohort model that would eventually serve high schoolers. Jordan Schanda King was generous enough to provide free access to her online content and curriculum. After running her business for seven years, she […]

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