Suggested links & resources


To learn about and register for the ACT and free online test prep through the ACT Academy:

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To learn about the SAT, Subject Test, and AP exams, register for testing, and find free online test prep through the Khan Academy:

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To learn about Federal Student Aid,  and to initiate/complete a FAFSA form:

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To learn about The Common App, used as an application platform by more than 800 colleges:

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To learn about the National Association for College Admission Counselors, its standards of ethical practice and many resources:

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To learn about the Independent Educational Consultants Association and its standards of ethical practice:

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For a list of schools requiring or recommending SAT subject tests:

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For the continually growing list of schools that are "Test Optional" or "Test Flexible":

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List of colleges that allocate institutional funds using the CSS Profile in addition to FAFSA

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I recommend Ethan Sawyer's book on writing college essays. For information or to purchase: Click here


For a list of scholarship opportunities available:

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For information about recruiting and eligibility for prospective student athletes:

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My favorite book about college admissions. This is a must read for parents and students:

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User-friendly and informative, the Fiske Guide to Colleges gives readers a deep dive into 320+ four year colleges: Click here


 College Consultants Care provides expert one on one counseling with students affected by cancer, including, but not limited to, guiding college selection, the college application process, essay review and understanding the financial aid process. Root Educational Consulting is pleased to provide services to those diagnosed or affected by cancer.

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Strong Interest Inventory


 The Strong Interest Inventory® assessment is one of the world's most respected and widely used career planning tools. It provides robust insights into a person's interests in a broad range of occupations, work activities, leisure activities, and school subjects. 

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator


 The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator allows individuals to explore and understand their own personalities including their likes, dislikes, strengths, weaknesses, possible career preferences, and compatibility with other people. Respondents will be identified as having one of 16 personality types. 



 CampusTours provides virtual tours of 1700+ colleges and universities and builds virtual tours and interactive maps for schools and organizations worldwide. 

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