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.
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, […]
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 […]
If you’re a high school student, you’re probably gearing up for finals right now. But before you know it, summer vacation will be here. Summer is certainly a time for relaxing, socializing, and recharging. After all, you work hard during the school year and deserve a break! However, the summer is also a great opportunity […]
It’s only December, and summer vacation is months away, but now is actually a great time for you to think about what you want to do this summer. How you spend your summer is important for your college applications, and also important in helping you learn more about yourself and what your interests and strengths […]
If you’re a freshman or sophomore in high school, it’s important to think ahead to what your extracurricular involvements might be like by senior year. Colleges like to see that you’ve been consistently involved in extracurricular activities, and that you can demonstrate progressive leadership experience. This doesn’t mean that you have to be President or […]
Extracurricular activities and involvement outside the classroom are essential components of the college application process. Colleges want students who are talented academically, but they also want students who will participate in the life of the college on multiple levels, be good roommates, and get involved in activities on campus. Extracurricular involvement is one way that […]
If finding and attending a college with plenty of opportunities for community-service and service-learning is important to you, you will be interested to look at the colleges and universities listed on the 2012 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Five Presidential Award winning colleges and fourteen Honor Roll Finalists were honored today by […]