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study tips for the online AP exams 2020

Studying for the 2020 AP Exams: A Whole New Ballgame

Over the last few weeks, the College Board has released further details about changes to the 2020 AP exams in the face of Covid-19. The test you thought you were preparing for all school year? It’s not the test you’ll face in May. Normally,…
ACT updates COVID-19

ACT Updates: COVID-19

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JuLY 9 UPDATE ACT has postponed the launch of online testing. ACT remains focused on increasing seat capacity for fall test dates at in-person centers. June 25 UPDATE ACT has added three additional test dates this fall to help meet increased…
The most successful students plan their high school careers. Let C2 help you with yours!

High School Planning: Your Road to Success

High school planning is a must if you're looking for a competitive edge when applying to college. Ask yourself, "What do the most successful high school students have in common?" They plan ahead. Early in your high school career, you should…
It's recommended to take the SAT subject tests for college admissions. Talk to your local C2 Education center and see if they're right for you!

Prepping for SAT Subject Tests

Between spring break, SAT or ACT test prep, and the day to day grind of tough high school classes, you probably don’t have a lot of attention to spare for anything else…but we’ve got one more thing to put on your radar. SAT Subject…

Safety Schools: Why Every Student Needs Them

There’s really no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to deciding how many colleges to apply to, but there is one hard and fast rule that applies to every student: Everyone should apply to more than one safety school. What Is a safety…

4 College Admissions Nightmares and How to Avoid Them

Getting into college used to be a relatively simple process. Because higher education was mostly reserved for privileged members of society, colleges tended to accept any high school student in good standing whose parents could pay the cost…

What College Admissions Officers Look For: Part 3

This month, we’ve been talking about the top three factors that college admissions officers consider when making admissions decisions. So far, we’ve covered the first two: grades and course rigor. Today, we tackle the third most important…

What College Admissions Officers Look For: Part 2

When the National Association of College Admissions Counselors surveys college admissions officers across the country, they always ask about the most important factors in admissions decisions. In Part 1, we talked about the top factor, student…

What College Admissions Officers Look For: Part 1

College admissions: confusing, complicated, not fun… These are just a few ways to describe the college admissions process. To help you out, we’ve created a three part series that will give insight into what colleges actually look for…