For many people, the MBA path isn’t apparent until after they have been in the workforce a few years, and, actually, the ideal time for most people to think about attending business school is with a few years of professional experience under their belts.
There is nothing more important to a college admissions officer than the applicant's grades and performance in the classroom.
There’s a lot that freshmen and sophomores can do now to stay on track for the college admissions process – and even get ahead.
High school juniors should use the first few weeks in April to set up one-to-one meetings with their guidance counselors to make the most of their high school college counseling meetings.
You’ve likely heard a “secret” admissions rumor from a friend of a friend that has made you panic. But what is the truth?
There are many nuances to the college admissions process, and understanding what colleges are looking for and how to prepare is critical to gaining admission to students’ top-choice colleges.
For those students who are interested in or considering athletic recruitment for varsity sports, the experts at IvyWise are here to address some of the most common myths about the process so you can get the ball rolling!
With an increasing number of new technologies and an expanding global population, self-studying is on the rise.
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.
We know that the period after you’ve submitted those applications can be even more stressful than actually writing your essays or taking standardized tests. So what can you (and should you) do while you wait?
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.
Here are some tips for high schools students to ensure a productive and successful spring semester.
Online instruction has been growing in popularity over the years because it can connect people from all over the world – and right now it’s necessary as students continue their studies after school closures due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
This spring is actually a great time to set the foundation for your future college admissions journey as you make the most of your present college prep.
Our team of expert counselors is here to provide some clarity for anxious applicants on how coronavirus will impact college admissions this fall.
The medical school admissions process is unique and requires considerable planning in order to gain admission to your top-choice medical schools.
Given the transcript’s importance, students should thoughtfully consider what courses they should take each year and plan ahead for subsequent years.
With spring comes long-awaited admission decisions, but it also brings along AP exam season – and students should be preparing now for these long and intensive exams.
There are a myriad of factors that admissions officers consider when evaluating college applications, and it’s important to understand what universities are looking for in order to have the best chance of admission to your top-choice institutions.