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“For me, it’s important to highlight that I’m not the only student of color who is achieving,” 17-year-old Micheal Brown said.
An NYU application reader shares her top tips for writing the perfect college essay.
"De--cem--ber 29th." "That's a perfect reason to use topic of your choice, which Common App has reinstitued as an essay option
There are a few things I did that went beyond good grades and good SAT scores that I think gave me an advantage when I applied
If you are a high school junior, you are down to the final months to impress your colleges before applications go live next
The guidelines below will help you write an essay that you're proud of and that will likely turn some heads in the admissions
College Testing's Value Questioned Bleak reports of overseas security issues with college tests, combined with incredibly
Greg Kaplan is a college application strategist, author of Earning Admission: Real Strategies for Getting into Highly Selective
'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.
You have the grades and SAT/ACT scores to get into your dream college. The problem is that tens of thousands of other applicants
2. Applicants are using social media to earn admission Long the main stay for keeping up to date their friends 24/7, social
Don't have those clubs at your schools? Create your own! It's important for STEM students to seek out activities that match
We all know the feeling of finding that perfect school. That one campus which you step onto and immediately feel like home
Beyond just UK Schools, many countries around the world are seeking American Students. Singapore, home to two of the world's
The good news in this year's NACAC study is that the number of applications is up by about six percent for first-time freshman
Many times students can go into high school unprepared for the rigors of the curriculum, and couple that with immaturity
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Colleges split hairs when it comes to who gets admitted and who doesn't. Fair or unfair, the smallest thing can keep a student from not being admitted even if their grades and test scores are pristine. If the student is aware of the common pitfalls, they can avoid them. Why give colleges a reason to deny you? Here are the five biggest mistakes students make and how to avoid them.