Undergrads Face Major Decisions

Tracey Wong Briggs

November, 16, 2003

"While a few teens are absolutely certain about their career goals, the average kid is not, says Bev Taylor, an independent college counselor. "How certain can they be at 17?" she asks.

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It Takes Two to Tackle College Entry

Tracey Wong Briggs

November, 12, 2003

"Colleges may have separate applications for scholarships or honors programs," says independent college consultant Bev Taylor of Roslyn Heights, N.Y. "Seniors who haven't taken the SAT or ACT (or think they can improve their score) can still take the tests in December or January," Taylor says."

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How Colleges Choose Which Students to Admit

Lindsay Cates

September 10, 2019

In certain cases in the Ivy League or at Division III schools that don't give athletic scholarships, skill at a sport may be considered in a similar light as, say, the initiative of the kid who pursued math research. "It's their 'hook,' " says Taylor.

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College Admissions Strategies

Anna Canzano

August 5, 2019

Ivy Coach’s managing director Brian Taylor appeared on That Expert Show, addressing the college admissions process. Check it out below.

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