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Deciding between paper and online applications
Aug 19, 2011
As part of the college admissions process, many schools will give you the option either to send a paper application by mail or an electronic one over the Internet. Which method is best for you? Read more
How many colleges should you apply to?
Jul 27, 2011
With all the pressure to attend college, some students think that by applying to multiple schools they will increase their chances of acceptance. So what is the ideal number of applications? Read more
Don't let a low SAT score stop your college goals
Jul 21, 2011
The SAT is a part of the college admissions process for many schools. Unfortunately, some individuals have trouble taking this exam, which is designed to gauge a test taker's reading, writing and math skills. Read more
What does it mean to be wait-listed?
Jul 11, 2011
Once a college application is in the mail, all a student can do is wait for the school's decision letter. While most applicants await a simple "yes" or "no," some might receive the news that they have been wait-listed. What does this mean? Read more
Don't let a rejection letter stop your college dreams
Jul 01, 2011
When colleges and universities mail out their acceptance letters, some high school students may be excited, but the majority are probably a bit anxious. While many individuals get good news from their top choices, others may be disappointed. Read more
Don't fear the college admissions essay
Jun 24, 2011
The essay portion of the college application - some people dread it, while others cannot wait to write it. Read more
Use a calendar to keep track of college admissions deadlines
Jun 20, 2011
Let's be honest, applying to college will not be easy. In addition to homework and extracurricular commitments, you will need to make time for college planning. This process will require focus, discipline and good time management, skills that also will be useful in your college career. Read more
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