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As you begin to work on your graduate school applications, you will want to identify schools with degree programs that best suit your interests and goals. Your initial list of schools can be long, but you should aim to apply to 8-12 schools. Being clear on your academic and personal goals can help you pare … Continue reading How to create your grad school list
There have been many developments over the past three months regarding standardized testing at America’s top colleges and universities due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Below, find a list of updated policies, put together by our team of insider experts. College of William and Mary: standardized test scores optional for undergraduate applicants in the 2020-2021 … Continue reading Updated standardized testing policies due to COVID-19
You are committed to being an active high school student. Now it’s time to tell your story. Whether you took part in a few activities or several, it’s likely each story is important to you. You’ve gone over all the details and revisited the milestones you reached. How could you possibly convey it all in … Continue reading How to make your activities standout on college applications
This time of year usually finds high school students on college campuses across the country learning what they do and don’t like in a university. The college search process looks very different this year, but that doesn’t have to stop students from conducting useful research. A good starting point is learning the different types of … Continue reading What is a Liberal Arts College?