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Educational Videos

Unveiling the Impact of Campus Visits – An Admissions Perspective

Wendy Williams and Andy Morrison on Campus Visits

Academic Support in College (Brittany Cortinas University of Arizona SALT Center)

Wendy Williams and Brittany Cortinas discuss the SALT Center at University of Arizona

Finding Academic Support in College

Wendy Williams and Ann-Marie Stripling discuss how Focus Collegiate can help with the shift from high school to college.

2023 changes

Wendy Williams with Lee Tutoring

2023 PSAT Results

Wendy Williams and Edward Lee

Tips for students seeking a Higher Education

Wendy Williams and Tanisha Johnson discuss Higher Education for students.

How to Prepare Your Student For College

Wiser Management Interviews Wendy Williams

The Importance of the Essay in Admissions with Gail Polizzi from Purdue University

Wendy Williams and Gail Polizzi

The Traveling School

Wendy Williams speaks to Mary Reid Munford about The Traveling School

Should you report your standardized test score automatically?

When students register for their SAT or ACT, they have an option to send scores for free to the colleges that they are considering for admissions. Williams Educational recommends only sending scores once the student knows their score(s) and their year's admissions requirements! If possible, hold off on sending any scores to any schools, especially for the current Juniors, Class of 2022. Many schools have gone test-optional. If you have chosen to send free test reports to your colleges and would like to remove that option, go into your account and delete the college recipient before the test date. Reach out to Williams Educational via for more information.

Testing During COVID

Wendy Williams speaks with Ivan Mervis about pop-up testing centers, test prep tips, and testing after the pandemic.

Standardized Testing For Atlanta Private School Placement

Wendy Williams speaks with Teresa Shell to discuss the types of administrations and tutoring tips for families who may have to sit for the SSAT.

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