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Education Planner

WEBSITE  |  A College and career planning website provided by the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) for students. The website has self-assesments, information on standardized tests, college search tools, college cost guides information for college advisers on setting up mentoring programs, career exploration activities and aligning work with ASCA standards.  Read more  

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Edutopia

WEBSITE  |  Our vision is of a new world of learning, a place where students and parents, teachers and administrators, policy makers and the people they serve are all empowered to change education for the better.   Read more  

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ETS

WEBSITE  |  A nonprofit organization that aims to advance quality and equity in education for people worldwide by creating assessments based on rigorous research. ETS is responsible for creating tests like GRE, TOEFLE and TOEIC, among others.  Read more  

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ETS

WEBSITE  |  ETS develops, administers and scores more than 50 million tests annually — including the TOEFL® and TOEIC® tests, the GRE®...  Read more  

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The Facts: ACT vs. SAT

DOCUMENT  |  What is the difference between ACT and SAT? How are they graded? What skills does each test? See this helpful document to make an informed decision.  Read more  

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FairTest.org

WEBSITE  |  FairTest publishes a regular electronic newsletter, The Examiner, plus a full catalog of materials on both K- 12 and university testing to aid teachers, administrators, students, parents and researchers. FairTest also has numerous fact sheets available to educate you on standardized testing and alternative assessment.  Read more  

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Final Steps Before You Begin College

DOCUMENT  |  This is a checklist for students to complete that includes the steps they should take once they have decided on a college to attend but before arriving on campus. It guides student through confirming his/her decision about which college to attend, confirming financial aid, sending housing deposits, attending orientation, etc.  Read more  

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FREE SAT Prep at NY Historical Society - Fall 2015

PROGRAM  |  The Education Department at the New-York Historical Society offers a wealth of resources and learning opportunities including free SAT Test Prep programs on Saturdays in Fall 2015 in NYC. Students must be enrolled in 10th, 11th or 12th grades and also enroll in a history program.  Read more  

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GED Test Overview

WEBSITE  |  This is the front page of the GED website and covers the basics of the current GED test for counselors and people looking to get their GED.  Read more  

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Go College

WEBSITE  |  A site created to guide students through the complexity of the admissions and financial aid process. Go College has a variety of interactive budget worksheets to help you identify and stay within your financial limits.   Read more  

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Go College NY

WEBSITE  |  An interactive website created by the New York State Education Services Corporation (HESC), to help students apply to college, learn what to expect in college, and how to succeed in college.  Read more  

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Hamilton College's Resume Guide

WEBSITE  |  This guide to writing resumes, developed by Hamilton College, includes tools for students writing resumes for jobs or when applying to college. It includes an overview of the format, content, and style of resumes; a brainstorm section; a list of action verbs to use; and sample resumes.  Read more  

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Helping Students Start a College Essay

DOCUMENT  |  For many students, the most difficult part of the college essay is starting it - coming up with ideas, knowing the format, outlining, etc. This tool for counselors and advisors gives suggestions for how to help students start essays. It also includes a template for a 5 paragraph essay.  Read more  

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HEOP Works

DOCUMENT  |  This guide was developed by the Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP) to inform counselors of the "numerous opportunities at independent colleges and universities in New York State through the Arthur O. Eve Higher Education Opportunity Program (HEOP)"  Read more  

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