Get caught up on the latest news in college admissions, including information on college guides, virtual college fairs, college essays, and college life in covid.
Our March 4th webinar discussed tips for writing a great thesis statement as well as how this advice applies to college application essays.
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.
On September 17, Expert Admissions co-hosted a webinar entitled, “Creating Your Roadmap to Success: Extracurriculars + College Prep During Covid.” The webinar provided tips for high school students and their parents regarding extracurricular activities and the college application process. Here are the highlights: After an application makes it beyond the initial academic review, college admissions […]
On September 15, Expert Admissions co-hosted a webinar entitled, “College Admissions + Testing Updates for Fall 2020.” The webinar provided tips for families of high school students embarking on the college application process as well as advice on standardized testing. The following updates and highlights were shared regarding to standardized testing: Students have been able […]
Whether you apply to college using the Common Application, Universal College Application, or individual institutional applications, you will most likely need to write a 400-650 word college essay or personal statement. The prompts for these essays are intentionally broad and open-ended to make it easier for you to find a topic that is personally meaningful. […]
It’s September, and the fall semester is starting up. This means it’s time to dig into your college application essays. Before you start writing, however, you should probably do some reflecting and brainstorming. Putting some work in before you write will allow you to spend less time figuring out what you want to say, and […]
The college essay, or personal statement, is one of the most important elements of the college application process. As a result, rising seniors may be wondering about when they should begin working on their essays. It’s best to wait until later this summer, or at least until you’ve completed your summer program or experience, to […]