Tag: International Students
Nat is a former Associate Director of Admissions and Director of Multicultural Recruitment at his alma mater, Skidmore College. Nat also served as a Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at New York University and, most recently, at the hyper-selective NYU Abu Dhabi.
Scott is a former Assistant Director of Admissions at Yale University, and has worked with families in the US and abroad, guiding them through the application processes for some of the world’s most selective institutions.
Our team of expert counselors is here to provide some clarity for anxious applicants on how coronavirus will impact college admissions this fall.
It’s important for college-bound students to stay up-to-date on the latest college admissions trends, and the spring semester is an excellent opportunity to reflect on recent updates and keep an eye towards the future.
Some colleges and universities might require international applicants to submit TOEFL scores.
Test scores, while not enough to gain admission alone, are critical pieces of the college application process, and international applicants need to understand how to make the most of their test prep.
For international students preparing to apply to US universities there’s a lot to consider – from the holistic admissions process, to other things like visa requirements and tuition costs – but one thing that many students overseas recognize the importance of is college entrance exams.
It’s important for applicants, especially those from China, to set themselves apart from other applicants through extracurricular involvement, essays, demonstrated interest, and recommendations.
Happily, CBT means more choices and tools for you as you leave the messy world of misbubbled Scantrons behind! Here are three key tips for excelling at a computer-based test.
The process of applying to colleges and universities in the US differs greatly from most other countries where university entrance is often based solely on academics or an entrance exam.
We always encourage students to visit if they can, but if it’s just not possible, there are many alternatives that international students can explore to get to know a US university better (and demonstrate their interest!).