Preparing for College

Preparing for college can be intimadating, so let us help you! You’ll find tips on choosing a college, how to write a college essay, advice on applying for scholarships and more. These tips for students and parents are provided by professional teachers, writers and educators at BrightHub’s Homework Channel.

Discover what is a Major in Science Education Degree

A major in science education is a liberal arts degree that prepares the holder for a career in elementary, secondary or higher education. There are some other options as well, usually as consultants for large companies or the federal government. Read on to learn more about this interesting degree!

College Bound Students with Dyslexia: Testing for the SAT

If you are dyslexic, receiving accommodations when testing for the SAT can mean the difference between getting into your dream college or getting to know your proctor really well as you retake the SAT over and over. Read on to learn how to get a leg up on test day.

The Top 3 College Majors that Require Minimal Math

Finding college majors that require minimal math requirements can be a challenge. Fortunately, students have many options to consider depending on their skills and interest including humanities, the performing arts and modern languages.

An AP Reading List for the College Bound Student

Are a student looking taking an Advanced Placement English course? If so, an AP reading list for the college bound student is important list to consider. Read on to learn about how you can prepare for the English Language Composition and or English Literature and Composition course.

What is a Self Paced Course?

“What is a self-paced course?” you may find yourself wondering as you watch television or read a newspaper. Here we answer that question and distinguish self-paced courses from independent studies. Learn about self-paced courses and how you can succeed when taking one.

Take a College Placement Practice Test for Free

Take a free college placement practice test before registering for the real thing. Become familiar with the types of questions asked and also the mode of questioning. Anticipate test structures and do not be caught off guard when sitting down for college placement evaluations.