While it may feel like the school year has just begun, now is already the right time to be thinking about your courses for next year and potentially subsequent years of high school. The courses that you choose throughout high school —- and the grades you receive in those courses — are arguably the most … Continue reading What high school courses should I take?
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Your college application essays play an extremely important role in the overall presentation of your application. The essays are one of the few places where you can truly show your voice and convince an admissions officer why you’d be a great fit for their college or university. Unfortunately, many students don’t take the appropriate amount … Continue reading Common mistakes to avoid in college essays
You’ve been spending your time volunteering in a hospital, taking CPR and First Aid classes, hosting blood drives and participating in medical research. You’ve taken the most challenging math and science courses your school has to offer. You’ve been dreaming about becoming a physician for as long as you can remember, and now the time … Continue reading So you want to be a doctor?
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 How to make the most out of your summer
Summer is the perfect time to start thinking about your college list, but with more than 2,000 four-year options in the United States, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Factors such as your academic interests, campus setting and size of the student body are a great place to start when narrowing down your list. However, there … Continue reading “Green” Campuses