Attacked by Zombies is not an excuse
Jan14

Attacked by Zombies is not an excuse

Deadline. DEADline. No, we don’t mean the punk rock band, we mean college application admission deadlines! Admission submission deadlines are called that because they are absolute, so why would anyone wait until the last minute? What could possibly go wrong? Well, how about: Severe storm cuts power to an entire region Online application site goes down School computer unavailable due to water main break Inexplicable data loss on...

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Still Deciding Where To Apply? Try a Pros and Cons List
Dec26

Still Deciding Where To Apply? Try a Pros and Cons List

If you are still deciding where to apply to college or which colleges are on your top 5 list, then it’s time to make a pros and cons list.

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Being A Tall Poppy
Jul31

Being A Tall Poppy

— Is standing out in a college admissions interview good or bad?

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5 Tips for High School Students Interested in an Arts College
May29

5 Tips for High School Students Interested in an Arts College

– 5 key tips for the high school student interested in an art and design college. Whether on your college visit or attending a college preview program, learn steps to help turn what you love into a career after you graduate.

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The Secret Life of a Stealth Applicant
Feb11

The Secret Life of a Stealth Applicant

Are you a stealth applicants? In today’s high-tech, on-demand, online world of click-touch-swipe, this cadre of college-bound teens see themselves as web-savvy college researchers navigating the path to their academic futures. Some college admissions officers, however, see them differently.

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College Admission Decisions: Admitted, Denied, or Deferred
Dec19

College Admission Decisions: Admitted, Denied, or Deferred

It’s mid-December and that means that email notifications and letters have started hitting the inboxes and mail boxes of high school students who applied to college as Early Decision or Early Action applicants. Take the appropriate action based on what the notification letter says.

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