Common App adds a Covid-19 question
Colleges on the Top 100 U.S. News ranking with late January deadlines
Universities on the Top 100 U.S. News ranking with late January deadlines
Final Days of Regular Decision
As Early Action and Early Decision results roll in, students all over the country and world are still working hard. There are now less than two weeks to write, revise, and think about their remaining Regular Decision applications. For students who receive good Early Action news, it may feel difficult to keep up the momentum. Most Regular Decision deadlines are … Read More
MIT 2019-20 essays
2019-20 application season begins!
Hello Winter and Regular Decision!
It’s application crunch-season. In the aftermath of Early Decision and Early Action deadlines for undergraduate degrees, it can be difficult to find that momentum again for multiple Regular Decision applications. If you’re looking for some application help, here is some advice from an expert! Getting Real For graduate students, November is often what I like to call the “this is … Read More
Beware of Honors that Cost $$$ to Get
An article in The Olympian recently looked at targeted mail that invites high school students to honors programs or conferences. While many of these programs may create legitimate interesting and valuable experiences, parents and families should absolutely be critical of overpriced packages. There may be other local opportunities for students to shine that require a lot less, or no, financial … Read More
Get your college essays published in Best College Admissions Essays
There are two days left to submit your college essays to the Best College Admissions Essays series! Winners and runners-up will be published in the 2017-2018 book, with a first prize of $1000 and two prizes of $500. You’ve spent hours working on your essays, why not give them a new home in this book series? I think series like … Read More