This week in college admissions, another “no” for admissions testing at the University of California, affirmative action is allowed in North Carolina, Amherst makes a big policy change, and some high notes out of Utah.
Get caught up on the latest news in college admissions, including an enrollment freeze at UC Berkeley, a student workers’ union at Hamilton College, Common App pandemic trends, Covid frustration at UT Austin, and a donation to Montana State.
Learn the difference between test-optional, test-blind, and test-flexible admissions policies so you can make the most of your applications.
As you head into your second year of high school, you may be considering what you’ll need to do to prepare for college. Here are some suggestions for making the most of your sophomore year.
Junior year involves a lot of preparation for applying to college. We’ve got some advice about what to keep track of so your applications will be as strong as possible next year.
Heading into your senior year and gearing up to apply for college can be stressful. We’ve got some advice about what to keep track of so you’re prepared to submit stellar applications.
After an unusual pandemic year, find out what colleges care about most.
Learn about updates to the SAT and ACT and decide which test is right for you.