This year, take the time at the beginning of each month to evaluate what you can do to continue your focus on the college admissions process.
As a high school junior, you've got a lot going on - and even more ahead.
November is a pivotal time of year for high school seniors - and we’re not just talking turkey.
You need to focus more than ever before on your studies, which classes you choose to take and how much you devote to preparing for standardized testing and college research outside the classroom.
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When it comes to the right number of applications to submit, is there a "perfect" number?
Seniors, use this list to remain on track for college during the month of February.
While most colleges are costly, these schools really break bank.
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.
Kick off your college career by conquering these tasks for incoming freshman sooner than later!
These steps can help you create your own personalized snapshot of schools you’re considering and whether or not you should continue to consider them at all.
If there’s a question you have that’s not on the list – make sure you ask it!
Discover the three signs that will help you make your final college decision.
Spoiler alert: Three colleges came in tied at number seven and two tied at number five, omitting eighth and ninth place!
Vow to stay organized and on top of everything you need to do so that you can do the things you want to do.
Choosing a college or university is often a matter of exposure, luck and research.
You should undoubtedly clean up your social media presence, but how much do colleges really look at your posts?
Your major is the foundation of your career. Choose one you enjoy and are passionate about!
Take advice with a grain of salt and be aware of these myths!
Applying to college is a stressful experience, and one with a wealth of conflicting information.