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It’s no secret that the college admissions process is competitive. When a high school student is deciding on how to best spend their time on courses, extracurricular activities, tests, and community involvement, it’s important to spend it in a cohesive and efficient manner, one that centers around an Admissions Angle.
How to Create a College List
Creating a college list is the first, most basic step in the college application process. Not only does it help a student develop goals, but
The College Essay Timeline
The majority of stress and work in the admissions process stems from the essay writing and students should spend a lot of time crafting their
How Coronavirus Will Affect Rising Seniors
If you are a parent or a current junior, you probably wonder how Coronavirus will affect rising seniors, especially when it comes to college admissions.
Competition for Top College Admissions Increasing Every Year
With higher numbers of international applicants and more adoption of universal applications like The Common App and the Coalition App, top universities are breaking records
Extracurricular Activities that Any High Schooler Can Do from Home
Sporting events and social gatherings are out of the question but there are many extracurricular activities that any high schooler can do from home.
Do Colleges Check Social Media?
With the availability of personal information available publicly, colleges have started checking their applicants social media accounts. Have you double-checked your online presence?
Do I Need a College Consultant?
The college consultation industry has emerged throughout the past decade as a product of an increasingly competitive climate for college applications. But just as every
Colleges with Later Application Deadlines
It’s officially the new year, which means that the majority of college deadlines have passed. Most schools offer early action or early decision deadlines in
College Applications Are Done, Now What?
Waiting for college decisions can be nerve-wracking, but there’s always something you can do to help your chance. Don’t just wait. Take Action
What to Do When You’re Deferred from Your Top Choice School
Learn how to not only demonstrate that you’re still interested in attending your early app school, but also convince admissions officers that they missed a
How to Ace Your College Interview Part 2: The Process
Learn what to do in every step of the college interview process. From scheduling your interview to sending the follow-up letter, this article has got
How to Ace Your College Interview Part 1: General Tips
Need a quick list of tips for your upcoming college interview?
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