College Admissions is a big challenge. If you're going to be applying to one or more Ivy League schools senior year, be ready for disappointment.
With about a week to go here in February of 2018, high school seniors await college verdicts. Some of you fortunate seniors have already made your college enrollment decisions, thanks to the Early Decision (ED) or Early Action (EA) process. Knowing where you’ll be going at this point in high school is comforting. Other college-bound ...
My daughter auditioned at Berklee Music School back in December and was notified that her application has been moved from early action to regular action.
Some of you high school seniors have already ended your college process. That would be those of you who were accepted Early Decision (ED) last month. Others of you are possibly finished because the goal of being accepted to college has been satisfied through some version of Early Action (EA). You have until May 1st ...
Many schools have put my Early Action/Decision application into deferral, is that a bad sign? What steps should I take in order to ensure one accepts me?
Dealing with rejection is difficult. Most high schoolers tend to take being turned down by a college or university on a personal level.
Let's talk about the final leg of your high school career, senior year -- that long haul from January to June.
The junior high school year is a year of decision and planning for college-bound students. Juniors must start thinking ahead to your senior year.
Is there any documentable truth to the "power" of brand name prestige when it comes to colleges, or is it a cultural myth that appeals to young minds?
The Early Decision (ED) and Early Action (EA) verdicts began coming out yesterday. The news was even more grim than expected.