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.
As admissions officers continually search for new ways to responsibly distinguish between the “best of the best,” social media’s role has grown in importance.
Admissions officers like to see your journey, and the important point to underline here is that the activities, the jobs, and the experiences you pursue during your undergraduate career should tell a story in line with who you are and the path you are taking.
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 can use the summer to catch up on the application process and even get ahead!
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.
There’s a balance that students need to find and maintain in order to explore their interests outside of the classroom in a meaningful way.
Summer break offers exciting opportunities for teens who are performing artists to further develop and enhance their skills and talents.
As social media becomes more of a staple in everyday life for college-bound students, many wonder how social media affects the college admission process.
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!