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It's important to remember that the sooner you begin mapping out your own individualized plan for the college admissions process, the sooner you'll be on your way to college success!
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Find a tutor to help boost your academic performance.
April is an important time to focus on your future!
Your senior year of high school is nearing and things will become chaotic quite quickly - trust us on this one.
Who and how to ask for this application component.
It really doesn't make sense that community colleges are often ignored in rankings, considering nearly half of America’s undergraduate students attend community colleges.
Close the college search process and celebrate on National Decision Day by making the smartest decision possible!
Familiarize yourself with all of the details before making any choice based on a financial offer.
Academics are important, but they aren't everything!
While the hard work is mainly over, there are some things you should do to ensure you can make a decision and stay confident you made the right one.
It’s easy to view being placed on the wait list as a rejection but, honestly, it’s not the end of the world.
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Sometimes, amidst all of the advice, as great as the intentions are, you need to remember what not to consider in making your college decisions.
Go beyond the typical campus tour! Arrange to do these things to get a better idea of campus life.
By taking AP courses, you’re demonstrating to the college that you are able to handle a college level course while you’re still in high school.
Start learning these skills now so you can practice for the remainder of your high school career.