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How important is community service in your application?

November 10, 2011, Posted In College Admissions
Marc

As high school students look for ways to differentiate themselves in the college admissions process, many overlook community service as a means to do so. Volunteering is a great way for you to give back; it’s also one way that you can help to improve your chances of getting into college. Volunteering is important because … Continue reading How important is community service in your application?

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How staying organized can help you get into college

October 26, 2011, Posted In Admissions Stress
Marc

College midterms have, thankfully, come and gone for the most part. For the last week, life here at BU has been kind of hectic. I’ve had presentations, group project meetings, a midterm essay, a ten-source annotated bibliography, a research proposal – and all my other usual classwork. There wasn’t much time to eat or sleep, … Continue reading How staying organized can help you get into college

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Five trends in college admissions you need to know

October 21, 2011, Posted In Admissions Trends
Marc

The National Association for College Admission Counseling(NACAC) has published its annual “State of College Admission.” This report provides a snapshot of the college admissions landscape – as well as trends to be on the lookout for. Here are the highlights: The number of high school graduates has peaked. An estimated 3.28 million students graduated in … Continue reading Five trends in college admissions you need to know

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