November 18, 2019

Jody Miller recently put together a very thorough guide of 25 Scientifically Proven Tips for More Effective Studying. She spent time reviewing a number of scientific studies, along with data provided by Harvard, Cornell, Yale, and MIT to create a helpful guide filled with study tips for students of all ages. This comprehensive guide covers […]

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October 24, 2019

Transferring Is A Messy Process And Different For Every College

Applying to college is an exciting but also lengthy and challenging process. As difficult as the freshman-year application process is, it is infinitely easier than the transfer process which is convoluted, unclear and unique to each college or program. Nationally, 38% of students choose to transfer colleges at least once before earning their degree, according […]

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December 20, 2018

Georgetown Attracts Strong Diverse Students For 2019

This year’s Early Action applicant pool fell slightly (-7%) from last year; we see this as a larger reflection on the pressure many applicants are feeling to commit to an Early Decision school, as opposed to a reflection on interest in Georgetown. On the other hand, the maintained strength that we saw in our Early […]

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December 14, 2018

Tomorrow is Another Opportunity

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December 10, 2018

PSAT Score Report

More on the PSAT Score Report View this email in your browser PSAT Score Report Information   PSAT Score Report Guide Now that you are beginning to get access to your students’ PSAT/NMSQT scores, you may have questions on how to read the report and what the best uses are. Summit has put together the […]

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October 4, 2018

Does studying for the ACT or SAT pay?

Does studying for the ACT or SAT pay? It does at least when merit money is being considered. Colleges use many factors in determining whether a student will be accepted – geography, gender, strength of curriculum, GPA, race, community service, leadership opportunities. Colleges use these same factors to then determine merit money for accepted students. […]

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October 1, 2018

What is sexual consent?

What is sexual consent? Some people find this hard to understand. It should be as simple as asking would you like a cup of tea? I recommend that all high school and college students as well as their parents watch this 2.5 minute video to understand what is sexual consent.  It is estimated that 10 […]

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September 24, 2018

How NOT to Lose All Parental Rights to Your College Kid

By Tracey Ingle on September 7, 2018  www.inglelaw.com  We’re just checking in here, because some things are worth repeating. Did you read the last article? It’s an important one, even though you may have brushed it aside the first time. We totally get it. You have a healthy new adult child off to college for the most amazing, […]

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September 20, 2018

Legal Needs for Your College Student – Part 3: Navigating Doctor-Patient Privacy

By Tracey Ingle on October 2, 2017  www.inglelaw.com  Your college student is enjoying life on campus – and hopefully attending classes! You’re the proud parent back home – checking in through texts and emails and Facebook – making sure your baby is happy, healthy, and at least occasionally eating something other than pizza! And you’re excited that all […]

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September 17, 2018

Legal Needs for Your College Student Part 2: Medical Decisions

By Tracey Ingle on September 10, 2017 https://inglelaw.com/legal-needs-college-student-part-2/ It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: your child is injured or ill and you need to make the Big Decisions. You consult with doctors, you get second opinions, you talk with your child’s other parent and trusted family. You will do whatever it takes to make the best possible decisions for […]

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