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  • Teenlink's Florida college guide

    Sponsored Listings   Barry University Miami Shores www.barry.edu Acceptance rate: 58.9 percent Undergraduate enrollment: 4,940 Top majors: Biology, Elementary Education, Nursing, Sports Management Tuition & fees: $28,160 Specific...
  • Prepping for college: A grade by grade guide

    FRESHMEN Develop good study skills and use a student planner to keep track of assignments, tests, and your schedule. Get involved -- checkout clubs, music, art, sports, JROTC, and other extracurricular activities. If you want to attend a military...
  • West Orange DE Winston Chastang decommits Navy, looks for new offers

    West Orange DE Winston Chastang decommits Navy, looks for new offers
    When West Orange teammate Nate Ozdemir committed to the Naval Academy last month, Winston Chastang was elated that his best friend would be joining him at Annapolis, Md. The 6-foot-3, 225-pound defensive end did not know then, however, that a...
  • Planning for college

    Planning for college
    The SAT is perhaps the most important test a high school student takes, as one’s performance directly affects one’s chances of getting into the college of his or her choice. While taking college entrance exams can be daunting, students don&...
  • Alonso stands on the side of finding the truth about cheating

    Alonso stands on the side of finding the truth about cheating
    Baltimore schools CEO Andrés Alonso is right to bring in outside experts to determine whether some of the city's recent test scores were tainted by cheating. The issue of integrity in school test results is paramount in Baltimore, given the district's...
  • Apodaca: Trying to find the balance between academic learning and building character

    Trends in education come and go, and sometimes come back again. Straight from the everything-old-becomes-new-again department comes a theme that's generating attention at the moment. It's a bit squiggly to grasp — think: eating Jell-O with a fork...
  • Md. students see improvement on AP testing, drop in SAT results

    Maryland high school students posted lower marks last year on the SATs but saw increases in Advanced Placement college exam participation and results, according to data released on Monday by the College Board. The state's test takers during the 2011-2012...
  • Gloucester SAT scores climb in 2012

    Here are the 2012 Gloucester SAT scores, with an added bonus of last year's scores for comparison purposes. The results show that fewer Gloucester students took the SAT test this year, but scores climbed. The Gloucester test takers were slightly under...
  • Demand For SAT Tutoring Services Rises With Increased College Competition

    Demand For SAT Tutoring Services Rises With Increased College Competition
    Getting into the right college has set up a fierce competition among high school students to have the best possible grades, array of activities, and — of course — the highest SAT score they can get. It has become fiercely competitive with...
  • Kansas students score higher on SAT exam

    Kansas students score higher on SAT exam
    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) - Kansas students are outpacing the national average on the SAT college-entrance exam.     The state's Department of Education said Monday that scores increased in all content areas in 2012. The biggest increase was in reading, where...
  • Gloucester assistant superintendent talks SAT scores

    We checked in with Gloucester County Public School System Assistant Superintendent Chuck Wagner on this year's SAT scores, which climbed for Gloucester. The number of test-takers dropped this year, however. Here are the Daily Press questions and Wagner's...