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Six tips for making the most of college fairs

November 9, 2010, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

As college fairs continue throughout the fall and into next spring, here are six tips from EqualApp’s admissions experts about making the most of them: • Get ready to talk! Admissions officers and college reps want to know about you – your year in school and which high school you attend, if you have visited […]

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College interviews 101

October 5, 2010, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

The college interview is one of the few vehicles that you have (other than your essay) to showcase who you are beyond raw numbers. While the interview is not considered an essential part of your application, it can definitely put your application in a better light if it goes well. A few tips to remember […]

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Top ten list of colleges with high admit rates

September 27, 2010, Posted In Acceptance Rate
Marc

We’re excited to announce today our list of the top ten colleges that accept more than 70% of applicants. Our college admissions experts selected the diverse range of schools based on recognition in national rankings, geographic, academic and social data. Students in search of stellar programs that admit a relatively high percentage of applicants should […]

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Top ten colleges for football fans

September 23, 2010, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

With the season now underway, we’re excited to announce EqualApp’s list of top ten schools for college applicants seeking the definitive football fan experience. Our college admissions experts selected the diverse range of schools based on a mix of athletic, academic and social data, including team ranking, admissions acceptance rate, availability of student tickets and […]

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For parents: It’s not you, it’s them

September 9, 2010, Posted In Admissions Stress
Marc

Parents, listen up. Does your son tell you that he’ll work on his college essays, but instead plays video games? Does your daughter promise to create her extracurricular activities list but then IMs her friends? Do you have a child who is procrastinating asking teachers for letters of recommendation? Are you pushing your child to […]

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