Tag: Common Application
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.
If you are a junior, over the next few months you should conduct extensive research and develop concrete ideas about where you want to go to college, visit colleges, and make sure that your course load, test scores, and extracurricular activities will help your application stand out.
Whether it’s breadth or depth you’re going for this summer, it’s time to start planning for an enriching experience!
Before entering the final stretch of the college application process, take time to ensure you’re not making these common application mistakes.
Late October and early November deadlines for early decision and early action applications are just around the corner, so it’s crunch time for students putting the finishing touches on their college applications.
Seniors: Many of you may be anxiously awaiting a decision on your early application, but don’t forget that you should still be working on your Regular Decision applications!
College admissions officers want to see you exploring your interests and making an impact outside of the classroom – and that includes what you’re doing during your summer breaks.
You can use the summer to catch up on the application process and even get ahead!
Summer break is an excellent opportunity to explore personal interests that can be emphasized on college applications.
Getting a head start in the application process is the best way to make sure students have a smooth and relatively stress-free senior year!
While the summer is a good time to recharge, it’s also a great time to get on track for the college admissions process, no matter what grade you’re in.
Many regular decision deadlines aren’t until January 1, so if you’re just now starting on your admissions journey, or need some help getting back on track, here’s what you need to do now in order to catch up and be ready to submit great applications by the regular decision deadlines.
What does it take to write a good essay? First, it takes practice. Think of it as training for a marathon – it’s a long process and shouldn’t be rushed.