Parents. There are many choices and decisions related to helping prepare your son or daughter for college. Here's some sage advice on how to navigate these sometimes contentious waters. ... See MoreSee Less
When parents and students enter the college-bound process, issues arise. It’s the inevitable clash of what parents think is best for their kids, and what the kids want. Over the past 18 years the c…
Think your student needs to go to a prestigious college to be successful in life? Think again. This is a must read article for every parent with a high school student. Some great advice coupled with actual research. ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to the new world of "big data" and college admissions. Colleges are always looking to improve their "yield" (ratio of accepted students to enrolled students). Here's how they're doing it - by playing Big Brother. ... See MoreSee Less
Some colleges, in an effort to sort through a growing number of applications, are quietly tracking applicants’ online interaction with the schools and considering it when deciding whom to admit.
December SAT Scores are being released today. If you want to improve those scores in the spring please call us to discuss how Club Z can help you achieve the scores you want. 978-250-8988. ... See MoreSee Less
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It sounds paradoxical and absurd to think that some of us might need to find something to worry about in order to recover our equilibrium. Worry is, after all, something we should rightly hate to have to suffer and should engage with only when absolutely necessary. Yet, some of us do start to