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3 Considerations When Using Artificial Intelligence To Help With Your Writing
With the rise of ChatGPT and other AI services, there are three considerations to think about when using AI to help with your writing.
How to Ask for Teacher Recommendations
Teachers are encouraged to write letters of recommendation for students who ask for them, but how can you ensure that the letter will be good?
How to Write a Resume for College Applications
Some colleges ask for resumes, so having one ready to go is useful. In this article, I discuss how to write a resume for college
Best Math Summer Programs for High Schoolers 2023
Summer programs are back in full swing, and if you really love math, you’re going to love the programs on our 2023 list. For students
How to Make the College Application Process Less Stressful
When it’s time to prepare for college applications, there are a lot of moving parts, so how do you manage the stress that comes with
A Liberal Arts Education Is More Accessible than You Might Think
Are you wondering if the cost of a liberal arts education is out of reach? These schools often carry a high sticker price. However, this
How to Write the Why Major Essay
Many colleges ask for supplemental essays including the Why Major Essay. In short, this essay asks, “What do you want to major in, and why?”
The “Diversity” Essay And You
Do you feel uncomfortable writing about diversity, particularly for college admissions? In this article, you will learn 3 tips to help you approach the diversity
Is Art Useful for a Non-Art Major?
If you aren’t planning to major in something art-related, are artistic pursuits still valuable for high school students?
Five Alternatives to an English Degree
Do you love English class but feel hesitant to pursue a major in English? Consider these five alternatives.
Best Engineering and Technology Summer Programs for High Schoolers 2022
If you’re interested in engineering or computer science, your high school curriculum might not be enough. Read more to learn about some of the best
What Should I Be Doing Second Semester Junior Year?
You may be looking around at your senior friends wondering, “What should I be doing to prepare for college second semester junior year?”