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College Applicants Should Be Mindful Of Saying Words Such As “Like” Too Frequently, Particularly On College Interviews. Learn More!
January 5, 2009
We See Obvious Inconsistencies In The New SAT Score-Reporting Policy As Announced By The College Board. Learn More About Score Choice!
December 1, 2008
When The College Board Went Public With Its New Score Choice Policy In June 2008, The Organization Offered Few Details On The Plan.
November 4, 2008
Wondering How To Get Great Teacher Recommendations? We Present Ten Ways To Improve Your Odds Of Securing Terrific Letters Of Rec!
September 2, 2008
The College Board Has Unveiled A New Policy Known As Score Choice. Learn More About Score Choice And How It Will Impact SAT Test-Takers.
June 23, 2008
Deciding On A College To Attend Can Be Difficult. But, Hey, It Means You Have Options. It Means You Were Accepted To Multiple Schools!
April 4, 2008
Harvard College Has Reversed Course On Its Transfer Policy And It’s Not Right. Learn More About Harvard’s Recent Decision!
March 20, 2008
In Recent Years, More And More High School Students Have Chosen To Attend Fancy Summer Programs. Learn More!
March 13, 2008
Are Study Abroad Programs For First-Year Students A New Trend In Elite College Admissions? Learn Why They’re En Vogue!
February 3, 2008
Even When Applications To Elite Schools Surge, Admissions Counselors Still Read Through Those Essays. Learn More!
January 16, 2008
The Twenty-First Century Term “Helicopter Parent” Refers To A Person Who Pays Extremely Close Attention To His Or Her Child. Learn More!
November 24, 2007
Even If Your Admissions Representative At A Given University Seems Arrogant, He Or She Is All You Have. Learn More!
October 24, 2007
Social Networking Platforms Have Become A Hot Topic In The Admissions Offices Of Elite Universities. Learn More!
July 5, 2007
A School Counselor In New Jersey Suggested That Lehigh And Lafayette Are In The Same Tier As Harvard, Yale, And Princeton. Oy Vey!
May 16, 2007
Marilee Jones, The Dean Of Admissions At MIT, Has Resigned After It Was Discovered She Lied About Her Credentials. Learn More!
April 26, 2007
Will The College Admissions Police Be A New Trend In Highly Selective College Admissions? Learn More About This New Force!
April 14, 2007
As There Won’t Be An Early Decision Program In Place For Next Year’s Batch Of Princeton Applicants, Applying Will Look Very Different.
March 1, 2007
While Harvard, Princeton, And UVA Are Dropping Their Early Policies, We Don’t Anticipate Other Elite Schools Will Follow Their Lead.
February 11, 2007
How Are Applications Evaluated And How Are Decisions Made At The Highly Selective Colleges Across America? We’ve Got Answers For Our Readers!
August 13, 2004