With college admissions officers looking at applicants’ social media profiles, we have advice about how to stay smart and safe online.
Get caught up on the latest news in college admissions, including AP testing, canceled ACT tests, a decline in early applications, and policy changes in Ivy League sports.
Get advice about requesting letters of recommendation and choosing to submit extra materials with your college applications.
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.
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 […]
You’re a high school junior or senior and you’ve heard of Early Decision, but aren’t quite sure what it means? Allow us to explain! Early Decision is an application plan that allows you to apply to a college early – in the fall of your senior year (typically by November 1 or 15). If you […]
Are you a high school senior working on your college applications? Would you like to receive some decisions early, but aren’t ready to commit to a specific school just yet? Then Early Action might be for you… Early Action is an option that allows students to submit applications earlier in the fall of senior year […]
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 […]