Tag: College Visits
Junior year is a busy time for students, and arguably one of the most critical college prep years. Here are some tips on what juniors can do now to get on track with their college prep.
Junior year is the ideal time to start formulating your balanced college list, as it will leave you time to do your research, visit campuses, and eliminate schools that may not appeal to you as much as you originally thought.
Junior year is probably the most important college prep year, and students need to ensure they’re on track in order to be prepared for the college admissions process next fall.
What happens once you’ve returned home from your campus visit? To help you out, the expert counselors at IvyWise have some advice on what to do after you visit a college.
Whether you’re discussing colleges with your friends or family during the application process, be sure to consider your own needs and wants first.
Read on to learn how location plays a role in your college experience and the location factors to consider when creating or narrowing down your college list.
It’s never too early to start planting college prep seeds – especially since all four years of high school courses, grades, activities, and more are evaluated in the admissions process.
By knowing how to be involved without overstepping boundaries, you and your student will come out of this process successfully, with acceptances – and sanity – intact.
Learning to embrace the differences among your children is the one of the many challenges and joys of being a parent.
You’ve likely heard a “secret” admissions rumor from a friend of a friend that has made you panic. But what is the truth?
You can use the summer to catch up on the application process and even get ahead!
Setting academic and college prep goals for the coming year is a great way to get students excited about their college prep and alleviate some of the stress commonly associated with planning for college.
Goals not only help keep students on track with their college prep, they also help students learn more about who they are, what they’re interested in, and how they can better pursue those interests.