Get advice about requesting letters of recommendation and choosing to submit extra materials with your college applications.
The college search process looks a little different this year, but we have tips on how to make the most of it.
We co-hosted a webinar providing tips for high school students and their parents regarding the college application process and the fate of standardized testing.
This week, with some early figures released for graduate school applications and some colleges already releasing Early Decision notifications, the numbers are in and applications are up — sometimes quite a bit — at the schools our students tend to apply to. The national picture, however, tells a different story.
Last week was a busy week in admissions: one affirmative action court case ended and one began, Fall 2020 application numbers started to trickle out (buckle up!), grad school admission is getting more competitive, and changes to several colleges’ spring semesters were announced. And if you’re curious which colleges had the lowest admit rates last […]
College interviews are a chance for a representative of the college to get to know you better and for you to get to know the college better. Get our interview tips so you breeze through your interviews!
NBC invited our own Bari Norman to speak with the Today Show about how the college admissions process has changed – or stayed the same – during the pandemic. With deadlines swiftly approaching, Bari offers advice about where students should be in the process, staying organized, presenting your best self to colleges, and of course, […]
There are so many ways to apply to college: Early Action, Early Decision, Regular Decision, and the lesser-known Early Decision II. Allow us to explain the nuances! Early Decision II has many of the same characteristics as Early Decision. The biggest difference is that Early Decision II (ED2) happens later in your senior year than […]