You are committed to being an active high school student. Now it’s time to tell your story. Whether you took part in a few activities or several, it’s likely each story is important to you. You’ve gone over all the details and revisited the milestones you reached. How could you possibly convey it all in … Continue reading How to make your activities standout on college applications
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Whether you are interviewing for your dream job, or as part of your application to get into graduate school, you will likely hear the question, “Tell me about yourself.” Amazingly this is one of the questions people struggle with most. There is no excuse for hesitation when answering this question — it is usually the … Continue reading Interview Tips: Tell me about yourself
Believe it or not, summer is finally right around the corner! Do your big plans currently consist of napping? Watching TV? Stalking social media? No, no, and no, say admissions officers. They don’t necessarily care what you do this summer, but they like to see that you’ve done something. What is that something? Here are … Continue reading Make the Most Out of Your Summer
Starting grad school this fall in the US? Here’s what you should be working on now. The summer before you begin graduate school in the US, be sure you have all necessary documentation to enter the country and enroll in your program. Below are some important items you need before your departure to the US. … Continue reading International Students Starting Grad School in the US
First, you don’t have to be a socially or politically liberal art enthusiast! All kinds of people study at LACs. In this context, “liberal” refers to wide-ranging, which means you will have the opportunity to explore many subjects and specialize in at least one major subject. While studying the arts is an option, you can … Continue reading What is a Liberal Arts College?