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.
Why pay to apply? There are plenty of great colleges that have free applications!
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.
Make sure you're on track with this college application checklist.
Senior year is easily the most overwhelming for high school students but staying organized will guarantee a solid finish.
When it comes to the college admissions process, what you haven't heard may be what's most important.
College admissions officers are forced to go through piles of mundane applications, so let yours reflect your individuality and you'll shine.
Check out what you need to get accomplished during your first semester.
Did you know there are four types of college admissions options for students? The earlier you educate yourself on these options, the better! That way, when the time comes, all options will be available to you.
You have two choices: the easy way or the hard way. Why not make things easier on yourself with these four steps?
The number one rule to follow in college admissions? Don't give up!
Let's examine the question of when to apply to college: early or not?
Great news! There’s admissions space, financial aid and housing still available at more than 300 public and private colleges.
The key to getting everything you need to done is time management, prioritizing, and organizing.
Hard work pays off big for Oakland student, Akintunde.
try to take advantage of this vital period instead of being overcome with anxiety.
College Magazine ranks Stanford University as the college with the toughest admissions application.
You should undoubtedly clean up your social media presence, but how much do colleges really look at your posts?
February and March are tense within the world of college admissions - for all involved parties.