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Monthly Archives: September 2011

4-1-1 of Academic Planning Recap

For those serious about college planning, I strongly suggest that you read the book, “A High School Plan for Students with College-Bound Dreams” [ISBN 978-1-880463-06-2 - $19.95] as it is impossible to sufficiently cover nearly 300 pages of material within … Continue reading

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College Research Sheet

It is highly advisable that students research and visit potential colleges. The completed College Research Sheet illustrated here provides a quick glimpse of the differences between Ivy League, HBCU, public, military, and highly-selective liberal arts colleges. There are huge differences … Continue reading

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Your Senior Year

Senior year is a can be a very stressful time in the lives of students and their families—preparing the senior yearbook ad, preparing for the prom, taking the SAT and/or ACT (again!), researching colleges, visiting colleges and perusing viewbooks, brochures, … Continue reading

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Georgia Black Law Students Retreat

4th Annual Black Law Students Retreat (2011) “Succeeding in Law School and Beyond” Schedule of Events Friday, September 16, 2011 Social Networking Reception 6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. Remarks by:  Georgia Supreme Court Justice Harold Melton Fulton County State Court … Continue reading

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Scholarship Opportunity for Black Female Law Students

GEORGIA ASSOCIATION OF BLACK WOMEN ATTORNEYS FOUNDATION 2011 SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION AND APPLICATION In keeping with its mission to serve the needs and interests of Black women attorneys, the Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys Foundation is seeking qualified applicants to consider … Continue reading

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The 4-1-1 of Academic Planning

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Applying to College

High school students have a variety of ways of submitting their college applications, i.e., by mail, in person (either at a college fair or by walking your application into the college’s office of admissions), or online. I am not aware … Continue reading

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