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Applying For College: What You Need To Know
The higher education journey begins with college admission. The process of getting into college – with its lengthy applications and even entrance essays – can be intimidating. We’ve gathered the best articles on the college admission process in one place to make things easier.
Read about common applications designed to simplify the college admission process, get tips of college entrance exams and more. Learn the pros and cons of early college application and figure out the best colleges to visit.
You know the value of a good education. Now check out our college admission articles and learn how to begin the journey to your degree.
How colleges select their students varies, but there are some common themes. Here are three tips to make your college application stand out.
High school students gearing up for college have several options as far as college applications go. Should you go for early decision or early action?
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Applying to college can get overwhelming and it’s not unusual to stop and as yourself: “What are colleges looking for?” While every college is different and every school and course of study looks for certain qualities in their applicants, there are also qualities that are desirable across the board. Those are the things that we […]
Choosing a good college is one of the main concerns of high school seniors all over the country. There are so many to choose from! Some seniors may still be on the fence about the college they want to enroll in, or they may be skeptical about their chances of being accepted by their primary […]
Choosing a college is a major life decision that will impact your future for years to come. Begin by researching different colleges and universities. Have discussions your parents or guardians, guidance counselor, teachers and peers. Take what they have to say under consideration, but remember at the end of the day you need to choose […]