“Teenagers engage in… ‘all or nothing’ thinking.” This week, we interview psychologist Dr. Aaron Montgomery on how the college admissions process impacts mental health and what parents can do about it.
“Will Stanford need to change to survive?” Who is exempt from completely overhauling their edu system. How colleges are morphing into a totally technological experience — including getting a degree just from your smartphone. Plus, the biggest challenges for Claremont Lincoln University’s COO and EVP, Joe Sallustio.
“University is struggling, the business model is not working.” COO and Executive VP of Claremont Lincoln, Joe Sallustio, discusses what doesn’t work about the university business model, how higher ed is changing before our eyes, and why colleges should be training students for jobs that don’t even exist yet.
He knows the secrets to SAT/ACT success. But even the expert finds himself struggling to use his own advice. This week, we continue our interview: how to get through difficult nervous moments when testing, where he sees test prep going in the future, the difference between students who learn test mindfulness and those who don’t, and his favorite part of his new book.
“That tanks your score.” Test prep expert and author of “Beyond the Content: Mindfulness as a Test Prep Advantage” Logan Thompson tells SocratesPost what most people miss about test prep, the surprising reason why your score isn’t as high as you want it to be, and what to do about it.