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HOW TO DEMONSTRATE INTEREST IN COLLEGES

Demonstrated interest is a term that has gained a lot of popularity in the competitive college process. Simply put, demonstrated interest consists of any interaction you have with the college outside of the official application requirements. Demonstrated interest shows that you are curious about the school…

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11 Sep

STRATEGIZING YOUR RECOMMENDATION LETTERS

Recommendations letters are often a required part of college applications that cause a surprising amount of stress in high schoolers. There’s no reason to be anxious about obtaining recommendations from your teachers, coaches, or other mentors, as long as you think critically about your strategy….

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11 Sep

HOW TO CHOOSE HIGH SCHOOL CLASSES (AP, IB, ETC)

Your high school transcript is one of the most important parts of your college application. Colleges want to see that you earned the highest grades possible in the most challenging classes. But there are many options to choose from when it comes to high school classes….

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11 Sep

Grades & Academics


Grades & Academics

At 5:24 pm Wednesday, 11 September, 2019
Post by Rachel Hertzberg

Your high school transcript is one of the most important parts of your college application. Colleges want to see that you earned the highest grades possible in the most challenging classes. But there are many options to choose from when it comes to high school classes….

Grades & Academics, Personal Growth

At 6:30 pm Friday, 2 August, 2019
Post by Adam Grossman

Finding the best deals on college books Fall semester is closing in. As you prepare to head back to school, you can hear the distant cries of your wallet weeping. This is because even after your loans are filled out and your classes are picked,…

Grades & Academics, Personal Growth, School Selection

At 2:20 am Tuesday, 26 March, 2019
Post by Rachel Hertzberg
Sort Your Own College List

High school juniors enter the college process with a great range of knowledge about where to apply. You might have people in your life like older siblings, friends, or parents who have opinions on colleges. Many students are familiar with the schools in their city…

Grades & Academics, Personal Growth, School Selection

At 9:50 pm Saturday, 23 February, 2019
Post by Admin
Sort Your Own College List

High school juniors enter the college process with a great range of knowledge about where to apply. You might have people in your life like older siblings, friends, or parents who have opinions on colleges. Many students are familiar with the schools in their city…

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