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Keeping Perspective – Early Decision & Early Action Notification

December 21, 2018, Posted In Early Decision/Action
Paula

If you applied Early Decision (ED) or Early Action (EA), you’re likely living in anticipation – going about your day you suddenly think, “someone may be reading my application right now.” Soon, notifications will be sent and the suspense will finally end. You’ve put a great deal of time and energy into your college search … Continue reading Keeping Perspective – Early Decision & Early Action Notification

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The advantages of an admissions counselor

December 14, 2018, Posted In College Admissions
Amanda

When beginning the college admissions process, it’s important to work closely with your school counselor – he or she can serve as a resource for information on developing a college list, standardized tests and financial aid. However, because the ratio of students to guidance counselors can be as high as 500:1, working with just your … Continue reading The advantages of an admissions counselor

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Master’s programs with the highest salary potential

December 7, 2018, Posted In Grad School Planning
Cecilia

While salary potential is just one of many factors to consider before attaining your master’s degree, it is an important consideration amidst increases in tuition. According to PayScale‘s Best Master’s Degrees for Jobs, here are the master’s programs with the highest salary potential: Biomedical Engineering (BME) Computer Science (CS) Physics Corporate Finance (MBA) General & … Continue reading Master’s programs with the highest salary potential

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