First things first: you're about to be a senior! You've made it so far & now you have just one more year in high school, just one more year before you set out on a completely new path in life. Senior year can easily be your most fun year of high school yet, but it's also the only time left between you & college. So then, make the most of it & do everything you need to be prepared for an awesome college experience! To help you do just that, here is a list of pointers to guide you in the right direction:
Taking the ACT can be a daunting task. I remember the unnerving pressure, early morning drowsiness, and herculean mental stamina the ACT brings. Even the best test taker can feel intimidated under those circumstances, and if you are like me and already hate standardized tests, doing well on the ACT can seem impossible. However, I have good news. With practice and a few practical tips, you can conquer the ACT. Here are a couple of suggestions to help you achieve your ACT goal.
A modern day poet once wrote, “mo’ money, mo’ problems.” Guess that guy never had to pay for college. As a senior, it can be quite daunting for you (and if not you, your parents) to think about how you’re going to be able to afford a solid college education. We hear that all the time in the Admissions Office. “There’s no way I can afford to go to a private university.” Or “Yeah, MC is great and all, but I just can’t afford it.”