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What is Federal School Code?

Updated on 10th May 2021 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Federal school code is assigned to schools that provide student aid and you need to enter these codes for FAFSA. Let’s learn more about what is the federal school code and a list of school codes.

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What is Federal School Code?

How Long Does The SAT Take?

Updated on 19th October 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Wondering how long you should be seated in the SAT Test Center? Learn How Long Does the SAT Take, how to prepare for the test efficiently and manage time better.

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How Long Does The SAT Take?

Highest PSAT Score

Updated on 1st October 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Wondering what is the highest PSAT Score? Learn about the the highest PSAT score you can get, how the PSAT is scored, tip to acquire a high score and more.

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Highest PSAT Score

What is Accreditation in Colleges and Universities?

Updated on 10th May 2021 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Accreditation is a process where the higher learning institutions get evaluated on their education standards by a board of members from various universities and colleges. Learn the different steps, phases, types of accreditation, and more.

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What is Accreditation in Colleges and Universities?

Colleges That Superscore ACT

Updated on 7th October 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Are you worried about low scores in ACT, looking for alternative ways? Learn about the ACT Superscoring, colleges that Superscore ACT and more.

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Colleges That Superscore ACT

SAT to ACT Conversion Chart 2021

Updated on 17th December 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

High competitiveness results in students taking up both ACT and SAT to boost their chances of getting accepted by colleges. Here is how you can convert your ACT score to SAT easily.

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SAT to ACT Conversion Chart 2021

pros and cons of a commuter college

Updated on 16th June 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

A Commuter College is a school to which your child commutes for daily college regular classes. There are certain Pros and Cons of these colleges which is important to be aware of. Continue reading to know more about it.

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pros and cons of a commuter college

Which Colleges Superscore the SAT?

Updated on 7th October 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Scoring high in SAT is an advantage, but what if you didn't high SAT score? That's where Superscoring helps you. Learn more about SAT superscoring and colleges which superscore SAT.

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Which Colleges Superscore the SAT?

What are For Profit colleges?

Updated on 25th September 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

For-profit colleges are considered to be like any other business, the owners and investors expect to make some profit from the school. In return of the quality education that they provides.

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What are For Profit colleges?

How to Apply for FAFSA as an Independent?

Updated on 27th February 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

As an undergrad, you are still considered a dependent of your parents for the purposes of federal aid. That means that you need their financial information when you apply for federal aid, even if they aren't helping you go to school. Learn more about how to apply FAFSA as an independent.

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How to Apply for FAFSA as an Independent?

Practical Steps to crack the New SAT Writing & Language Test

Updated on 27th May 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Determine which time you’d like to focus on studying and which hour you’d like to enjoy the outdoors. SAT preparation usually takes 60–90 days of preparation. Practice tests can actually help you regain your knowledge and help you be prepared for the actual test. Read on…

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Practical Steps to crack the New SAT Writing & Language Test

How to deal with Ivy Day?

Updated on 23rd June 2020 || TCM Staff || 0 Comments.

Admission is an imprecise process which leads to the most important bitter truth: failing to gain admission to an Ivy League school is not the end of the world. Here is article on how to deal with Ivy Day.

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How to deal with Ivy Day?