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College Planning Learning Library
Research, and build, your college list using college profiles and admissibility statistics, our personal college notes for colleges we've visited, Fiske guide accessibility and more all in one platform!
One of the most essential features of this platform comes alive in September of your senior year. There is a lot to keep track of once you begin your application(s). For each of the schools on your college list, application dates and requirements will be verified and posted for you to track. Whether you are completing the common application, the coalition application, an institutional application or a state application, we'll give you the tools to stay on track.
Learning Library: Your College Planning Guide
There is a lot to know and understand about college research, testing, application components, financial aid and more. We will provide you with access to all of our files so you can review them 'just in time' or to read ahead if that's your preference.
More importantly, we will send you alerts so that you are reading the material at just the right time of year. You've got a lot on your mind and we want to support you with where you should be in the process as it unfolds.
How does your personality preference and learning style match up?
eSources AchieveWORKS suite of assessments will help you understand more about yourself, your likes and dislikes and help provide additional insight into what type of academic setting and environment may work well for you and can provide helpful information when considering different majors.
AchieveWORKS Learning & Productivity
Decades of research shows that students learn best in different ways and by engaging all their senses. Discover your traditional sensory learning style, environmental and mindset productivity preferences. Understanding your learning style and productivity preferences can maximize your learning. Build academic performance and personal satisfaction with individualized strategies designed to adapt strongest preferences for success in different environments — all found in the engaging and interactive report.
See how personality impacts learning, work and problem solving, communication, collaboration, relationships, and career fit. Students receive an engaging and interactive report with their four-letter personality code (“ISFJ”, for example) and its related strengths, challenges and recommendations, along with a select list of careers in which they’re most likely to succeed.
Students who know their multiple intelligences and emotional intelligence strengths can leverage that knowledge to perform better in school and select a satisfying education and career path. Personalized reports now include emotional intelligence, as well as 9 multiple intelligences that contain advice for each, including strengths and comparisons.