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What to do When your dream college says no

What To Do When Your Dream College Says No

You have the letter in your hand. You’re staring at your name neatly printed on the envelope, the logo of your dream college on the left-hand corner, and the envelope feels heavier than it is as if it’s holding your dreams along with the answer….

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13 Apr
Exploring Gap Year Options

Exploring Gap Year Options

In recent years, more students are rethinking the traditional path from high school to college. Malia Obama notably took a gap year before matriculating into Harvard, and in some countries such as Norway and Denmark, as many as 50% of teens take a gap year…

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06 Apr
Understanding Student Loan Interest Rates

Understanding Student Loan Interest Rates

Student loans seem like a necessary evil, one you grudgingly accept to move forward in getting your degree. While they do provide the opportunity to pursue higher education, it is extremely important to understand exactly what makes them so tricky. Taking out a loan for…

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06 Apr

Admissions Insight


Admissions Insight, School Selection

At 6:10 pm Friday, 29 March, 2019
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Understanding and Responding to being Waitlisted

Hearing back from colleges is an exciting and nerve-wracking time. You finally see your hard work pay off, but you also have to be strong in the face of disappointment. Unfortunately, this step of the college process has its own share of difficulties. While students…

Admissions Insight, School Selection

At 1:44 am Saturday, 23 March, 2019
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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…

Admissions Insight, School Selection

At 3:57 pm Saturday, 16 March, 2019
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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….