Category: College Admission Decision

How to Determine Whether a Gap Year is Right for You

Monday, April 13, 2020

AdobeStock_294575151What to Consider When Contemplating a Gap Year

From Malia Obama to Yara Shahidi, a multitude of celebrities have opted to take some time off before pursuing their college degree. But how can students determine if a gap year is really the right decision for them?

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Deciding Where to Enroll During a Pandemic

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

deciding where to enroll coronavirusLearn How to Make Your College Admissions Choice With Confidence

A recent survey found that almost 26% of college-bound high school seniors are rethinking their colleges choices due to the coronavirus pandemic, and while more than 300 colleges and universities across the US have extended their enrollment deposit deadlines, students will still need to make a decision soon about where they want to attend in the fall. With college visits and admitted student weekend activities canceled or moved online, and uncertainty about the fall, how can students make an informed decision?

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How to Deal with Admission Decision Envy

Monday, April 1, 2019

How to deal with jealousy in the college admissions cycleFocus on Personal Accomplishments Instead of Comparing Yourself to Others

All across the country, students who applied in the regular round are anxiously awaiting emails detailing their college application outcome. While rejection can always be difficult to deal with, it can seem particularly challenging when a friend or classmate gains admission to your top-choice school. Admission decision envy can cast a shadow over an otherwise successful college admissions process, but there are ways to deal.

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What If I Get Rejected From My Top-Choice College?

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Resources for rejected studentsHere’s What to Do If You Were Rejected From Your Top-Choice College

As colleges begin notifying applicants of their regular admission decisions, many students, especially those who applied to highly-selective universities with notoriously low admit rates, will be faced with their worst-case scenario: a rejection from their top-choice college. Receiving a rejection from a top-choice college can be crushing to students, but it’s not the end of the world.

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Seniors: Tips on Choosing Which College to Attend

Wednesday, April 20, 2016
Deciding where to go to collegeThere Are Many Things to Consider When Weighing Multiple Offers of Admission

 

We’re less than two weeks away from the college enrollment deadline, and for many students deciding among a few colleges there’s a lot to think about before making a decision about where to enroll.

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Should I Appeal My College Admission Decision?

Tuesday, April 5, 2016
Appeal College Admission DecisionIn Some Cases It Is Possible to Appeal a Rejection But It’s Rarely Successful

 

You were denied admission to your top-choice college. Now what? Most students and parents accept the bad news and move on, while others want to know why. In some cases it is possbile to appeal your admission decision, and every year many students take advantage of it. Success stories are few and far between, but overturning an admission decision is not impossible. There is anecdotal evidence that appeals can be successful. So the question remains – should you appeal your admission decision?

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What to Do If You’re Accepted, Rejected, or Waitlisted

Tuesday, March 10, 2015
How to Prepare for Admission DecisionsStudents Should Prepare For All Admission Outcomes, Know What to Do Once They Receive Decisions

A majority of admission decisions are expected to be released this month, with Washington University – St. Louis, University of Chicago, MIT, and Georgia Tech releasing decisions as early as this week. For applicants, this time period represents the culmination of many months and years of hard work – they’ll find out whether or not their top-choice colleges have accepted them. What many students fail to prepare for, though, is what happens after their decisions come in, no matter the outcome.

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2013-14 Quirky College Application Questions

Tuesday, August 6, 2013
2013-14 Admissions EssaysSchools Come Out With More Fun and Creative Application Questions for the 2013-14 College Admissions Season

The Common App launched last week, and while there were some first day hiccups, student have started to plan and write their college admissions essays to a variety of colleges and universities throughout the US.

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