Before you apply for early decision, make sure you've made the right decision.
Asking for a college commitment so early in the senior year may rush a decision when a student does not have all the information needed to make an informed decision.
Everybody is different: early decision and early action might be right for one student, but could be a mistake for another.
Graduate students are considered "students," not "employees" so they can't unionize. But, many are hoping to change this with a new petition.
Balance your senior year and the graduate school application process.
Prepare for the LSAT by knowing when and how to take it.
Get to know the format, test dates and price.
When he or she comes to you (as most smart students do) asking you to help edit his or her personal statement, don’t panic!
Instead of going into debt, perhaps you should consider a work college.
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?
You’ve “gotta catch ‘em all” but you need to visit college campuses, too. What’s a student/player to do? We may have a solution for you.
Where can you find these discounted tuition prices? Apparently, the higher the acceptance rate, the better the odds of obtaining these tuition price deals.
Find a school and do what you love.
Planning a transfer from community college takes preparation!
Could YOU be next?
You can prep for your exams while still enjoying your summer vacation - here's how.
Find a college that's best suited to who you are because that's where you're most likely to thrive!