For most moms, dads and high school students, the college application process can be overwhelming and laden with stress. This doesn’t necessarily need to be the case though – staying organized is one way to mitigate anxiety and ensure that you don’t miss any important documents or deadlines. What do you need to apply to … Continue reading Tips for keeping track of your child’s school records
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It’s 2011. Do you know where your child is in the college admissions process? Seniors’ college applications have been sent out. For younger students, January marks a new opportunity to get prepared for college! It sounds obvious but it’s worth repeating: By the time your child becomes a senior, he or she cannot undo – … Continue reading Get started in the college admissions process
As seniors wrap up their applications this month, younger students – freshmen, sophomores, and juniors – should look to the future and ask themselves a few questions: What will college admissions officers think about my application? How will I be viewed in their eyes? College admissions is a holistic process. When evaluating your application, admissions … Continue reading Get active in high school!
Story on “Alums Create Online Admissions Counseling Program” in Cornell University Ezra Magazine.
A high school senior, whom we recently met at a college fair, told us that he was taking the SAT on Saturday, December 4. “Why so late in your senior year? Is this your first time taking it?” we asked. “No, I took it already, but I want to see if I can improve my … Continue reading Testing, testing, 1, 2, 3