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2014-01-16 23:28:16

Use Your Self Advocacy Skills to Help Make the Right Decision Somerset, NJ (PRWEB) January 16, 2014 As college acceptance notices begin arriving, high school seniors must decide which school they will attend. This task can be especially challenging for learning disabled students, who may need more information than others to make good decisions. We know that colleges have flexibility in determining the support services they will provide to students who have disclosed their disability. So,...

2013-10-24 23:30:41

Careful preparation will highlight your strengths. Somerset, New Jersey (PRWEB) October 24, 2013 You signed up for an on-campus or alumni interview, and the interview date is fast approaching. Whether the interview is evaluative or not, you want to do your best. But, there are hundreds of questions that you could be asked. Do you try to prepare answers for all of them? Think about some of them and wing it with the rest? Throw in the towel and just take your chances? Here are some...

2013-10-17 23:32:44

Feeling the pressure? Build a powerful essay from your life experiences. Somerset, NJ (PRWEB) October 17, 2013 Are you wasting time blaming yourself for not finishing your essays over the summer? Bemoaning the fact that the Common Application no longer lets you write about a topic of your choice? Dreading the thought of cranking out another supplemental essay? If you are still searching for the "best" topics and reading hundreds of "greatest" college essays in search...

2013-10-02 23:33:58

Learning disabled students often need accommodations to succeed academically, but they arrive at college unprepared to explain their needs to school administrators and professors. Self advocacy coaching can empower these students and help them prepare for these important discussions. Somerset, NJ (PRWEB) October 02, 2013 Almost one-third of all students entering college have a learning disability like attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or dyslexia. In high school, these...


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  • To talk saucily.
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