applying to college
"De--cem--ber 29th." "That's a perfect reason to use topic of your choice, which Common App has reinstitued as an essay option
I know much of this work is being taken up by BetterMakeRoom, but there's more than enough work to be done in college access
'Tis the season! While that statement inevitably makes many people think of holiday lights, or dreidels and menorahs, and gift buying, for thousands of high school seniors and their parents, December is the advent of college application deadlines.
The amount of planning it takes to pull something this creative off is staggering. A many as 15 admissions officers from
Don't have those clubs at your schools? Create your own! It's important for STEM students to seek out activities that match
There's a lot of misguidance out there.
Getting information about these opportunities to young people has been a bit of challenge, and that's where Senator Ken Horn
Legacy is a controversial term in college admissions. If your family went to the university, legacy can help you in the admissions process at some universities. But often we get questions about how much it helps, what legacy is defined as, and how you can maximize your chances given legacy. In this article, we will go over these questions using data that we have extracted at Synocate over the past 6 years.
Well-meaning as it may be, this checklist of college ready attributes does little to help the cause of college readiness
For many rising high school seniors, the summer between the 11th and 12th grades includes visits to a variety of colleges and universities to learn about options, see what fits, and decide where to apply.