These are stressful days for everyone, but summer is a good time to read, write and look inwards, writes Pat Berry in “College Bound.”
Education Commissioner Lamont Repollet said it was up to each district to determine what to do about graduation, including coming up with some variety of virtual celebration, or holding an in-person celebration later in the year, after the outbreak is over.
Students can “visit” colleges virtually, and explore their academic and extracurricular offerings online, writes Pat Berry in her latest “College Bound.”
With a commonplace book of passages that strike you as you read, you’ll never be at a loss if an interviewer asks for your favorite quotation, writes Pat Berry in her latest ‘All Write Now.’
In her latest “College Bound,” Pat Berry advises essay-writers to cultivate their curiosity. Ask “how?” “Why” and even “What if?”
Connecting memories and feelings could lead to a college essay that’s uniqe and interesting, writes Pat Berry in her latest “College Bound.”
Find your inner shrek and dream u, advises Carolyn Caplan, in Pat Berry’s latest “College Bound,” about taking control and easing stress.
A Princeton reader lists common mistakes to avoid, and a list to check, before you hit “send” on your application, in Pat Berry’s latest “College Bound.”
Taking a trip can expand your horizons, and open up new vistas for essay ideas, writes Pat Berry in her latest “College Bound.”
Walking away from writing may be the best cure for writer’s block, writes Pat Berry in her latest “College Bound.” Here are some useful diversions.
In this month’s College Bound, Pat Berry reminds seniors of the importance of saying and writing thank you to all of their supporters.
When on a college tour, check out the ice cream, burgers, and local attractions of the college town, writes Pat Berry in her latest “College Bound.”
Before you fill out your activity list, however, weigh quality over quantity, writes Pat Berry in the latest “College Bound.”
Reading connects, informs, and can prepare you for college, writes Pat Berry. Read “All the Time. Whenever you can,” she writes.