- It's College Application Crunch Time for High School Seniors; What Students Need to Know Before They Press 'Send'
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Decision in Time for Colleges' May 1 Deadline,
Many Students and Colleges are Left Uncertain
- Decoding College
- Announcing the IvyWise Speakers Bureau
New York, NY (December 20, 2012) – With Regular Decision deadlines less than two weeks away, high school seniors across the country and around the world are hurriedly finishing up their college applications to U.S. schools. In this day and age, when students are electronically submitting anywhere from 12 to 15 college applications, plus schoo--specific supplements, it's easy to make careless mistakes and difficult to stand out from the crowd. College admissions expert Dr. Katherine Cohen and the team of counselors at IvyWise, an internationally recognized college admissions counseling company, offer students an inside look at the process from the admissions side of the table, as well as some last-minute tips that can help make all the difference.
New York, NY (December 22, 2011) – With college application deadlines approaching quickly for many U.S. colleges and universities–some as early as December 31st 2011–for high school seniors across the country and around the world, the pressure is on. Whether students are ahead of the game, dotting their i's and crossing their t's, or rushing to complete their college essays in time, Dr. Katherine Cohen and the expert team of counselors at IvyWise, an internationally recognized college admissions counseling company, and ApplyWise, the first online, interactive college admissions counseling program, have pulled together a list of last-minute college application tips that can help make all the difference.
New York, NY (April 29, 2011) — By May 1, college-bound students across the country and from around the globe will need to notify a specific U.S. college of their intent to attend this fall. While some students will be accepting admission at their top-choice school, still many others will be accepting admission to another school on their list. IvyWise, an internationally recognized college admissions counseling company, and ApplyWise.com, the first online interactive college admissions counseling program, share the following summary of the 2011 admissions landscape.
New York, NY (October 30, 2009) — The college application process can often be a smorgasbord of confusing acronyms, deadlines and restrictions for parents-many of whom may not have applied to college in more than 20 years-and their college-bound teenagers. What's the difference between applying "early action," "early decision," and "regular decision?' During which round should students apply? Does when they apply affect their chances of admission or their financial aid packages? Which schools have eliminated early decision altogether? With early application deadlines beginning November 1st and 15th, it's critical for families of college-bound teens to understand admissions speak.
If your school, community group or company is looking for a dynamic expert to address your audience on issues ranging from college application tips, to athletic recruitment, to financial aid secrets, look no further than the IvyWise Speakers Bureau. We have a comprehensive list of professionals who will ensure that your event is not only educational and informative, but entertaining and memorable. To learn more and book one of our experts for your next event, email Lauren Medway at .
"The college admissions process can be extremely overwhelming, especially for those who are not familiar with it. IvyWise guided me throughout the entire journey."
Anonymous Student, Brazil
Accepted Early Decision to the Stern School of Business, New York University, Class of 2014
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April 2, 2013 Watch Dr. Katherine Cohen on Huffington Post Live discussing wait list tips and other college admissions information at decision time.