Legacy Admission

On the “New York Times’” “The Choice” blog on college admissions, Jenny Anderson writes about a panel that was held yesterday at New York University that discussed legacy admission in the college admissions process. On hand for the panel was the dean of undergraduate admission at Yale University, Jeffrey Brenzel … 

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College Admission Essays

Continuing our series on college admission essays, let’s take a look at another common mistake many high school students make in their personal statement for the Common Application. In this particular college admission essay, the topic happens to be sports. Here’s the paragraph: “Soccer has been my passion ever since … 

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College Application Essays

Continuing our series on common mistakes college applicants often make on their college application essays, let’s take a look at a sample paragraph we’ve written below that is emblematic of a type of essay college admissions counselors often receive. After the sample paragraph, we’ll analyze the writing and give you … 

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University Admissions Counselor

The target demographic for a movie like “Tron” was not senior citizens nor was the target demographic toddlers for “Scream 4.” What does this have to do with the college admissions process you ask? Well, it has everything to do with it. You must know your audience. When filling out … 

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