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Preparing for College

You Graduated. What’s Next? Pursue Your Dreams with Diligence

On behalf of the NCHE board of directors, I offer congratulations to our graduates! A common question directed to graduates is, “What’s next after you graduate?” Your answers may include: college or trade school, become a missionary, work, start a business, join the military, do a GAP year activity, or even get married. As you graduate and take the next steps toward your dreams, I want you think about having big dreams, I want you to know what biblical success for those dreams looks like, and I want you to follow God’s Word on how you should pursue those dreams.

Helping Your Student Transition from High School to College

Just as you have taken every opportunity to effectively help your student prepare for each stage of his education, now that your student is heading off to college, there's still a bit more parenting work to do.

The Redesigned SAT—Math

Last winter the College Board announced a completely redesigned SAT, creating lots of questions and anxiety about the new format. In this article, I’d like to address the changes to the math sections of the test. All of the information I am citing is available on the College Board website. This is the snapshot version.