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Perpetual relaxation, video games, vacations, and parties are often the topic of conversation for things to do during the summer. And justifiably so! Final exams, projects, and standardized tests have just finished, and educational responsibilities are paused for a well-deserved three-month break. While it is incredibly important to relax and enter the upcoming school year fresh...
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We all know that the end of the school year can be taxing for students, teachers and parents. As a member of the education community, we identify with the stresses that come along with preparing for end of year exams and the feeling of exhaustion that comes along with it. Between writing the exams, preparing your...
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Instead of making an unreachable New Year’s resolution this year, why not make one that’s totally achievable: getting into the top college on your list. It’s always best to start early, but even if you’re a junior or a senior, it’s not too late. Bumping up your GPA or ACT/SAT scores and perfecting your application...
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There’s no exact science when it comes to improving a student’s grades, but there are certainly
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At this time of year, anxious juniors receive notice (more by email than by snail mail these days) of whether they were accepted to their various colleges of choice.  Mackler Associates is proud to report that this year we again have had students gain acceptance to some remarkable schools:  Boston College, Georgetown, Cornell, Notre Dame,...
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One of the first big moments of the new school year occurs when parent and teacher first meet early in the first term to discuss student performance.  Your child will have some grades, some variety of work on display, and some key initial impressions with the teacher. Depending upon the teacher, you may receive nothing...
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