Your best friend might be putting in his or her application at 20 schools, but that’s not necessarily the best strategy.
A college visit isn’t your chance to sit back, relax and take it all in. You need to be active in finding out if this is the best place for you for the next four years.
Ready to commit to a school already? Or just dying to know sooner rather than later if you got into your dream school? Submit an early application.
The ideal applicant doesn’t have perfect grades and test scores. Rather, they have a general interest in the school, among other things.
It would be nice if you could walk in on test day, and answer every question perfectly. But unfortunately, you have to prepare.
Your admissions essay is going to be the part of the application that actually speaks to who you are. Make it count.
Ok, so this one isn’t necessarily for you, but you can help guide your teachers, coaches and influential friends to write a great letter of recommendation on your behalf.
The admissions interview is not scary, and the admission officer is not trying to stump you, especially if you’re prepared with these five common questions.
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