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Why small colleges are better than large universities

July 15, 2011, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

This is a guest post by our summer interns, Kristin Tate and Shachi Phene, undergrads at Emerson College and Bates College, respectively. The idea of attending a college smaller than your high school may seem unthinkable, but ask current students at (or alumni of) small liberal arts colleges and you will generally get a far … Continue reading Why small colleges are better than large universities

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Ten great colleges that don’t require the SAT or ACT

July 7, 2011, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

**Check out our most recent post on test-optional and test-flexible colleges here**   John has done well in classes. He’s taken a rigorous curriculum to show colleges that he’s not afraid of academic challenges. He’s a well-rounded student who has demonstrated leadership and has had diverse experiences. But he didn’t do well (or as well … Continue reading Ten great colleges that don’t require the SAT or ACT

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Who should write your letters of recommendation?

June 27, 2011, Posted In College Admissions
Stephen

If you’re a rising senior, you have lots to think about this fall. One important part of the application that’s often overlooked by high school students is letters of recommendation. How many will you need? Whom should you ask and when? What should they say about you? For most private colleges and universities, you’ll likely … Continue reading Who should write your letters of recommendation?

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