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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.
College Application Follow-ups
Once you’ve submitted your applications, make sure that your hard work doesn’t all go to waste. Learn how to ensure that universities receive everything so
How to Utilize the Common App Additional Information Section
The Additional Information Section has, for years, been the secret space for students to add depth to their extracurricular and academic experience. Don’t make the
Early Action or Early Decision, How Do I Choose?
Early admissions programs are a great opportunity for students to get ahead of the pack in their preparation and college planning. But which early program
Should I Take the SAT, ACT, or Both?
A growing number of students are not choosing between the SAT or the ACT, instead deciding to take both. Is this something I should consider?
What’s an Admissions Angle?
When a high school student is deciding on how to best spend their time, it’s important to spend it in a cohesive manner using an
Summer Programs for High School Students
There are a number of ways for a high school student to spend their summers: studying for the SAT/ACTs, working on personal projects, interning, or