College and graduate school are two very different environments with their own unique sets of challenges and cultures. While college prepares you with the fundamental knowledge you will need for the job market, graduate school will equip you with the advanced specialized skills you need to enter the job market. If you’re thinking about applying … Continue reading How will you make the transition to graduate school?
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The Common Application does not go live until August 1, but students should begin working on their admissions essays now. If students are applying to colleges or universities accepting the Common Application the essays will remain the same as last year. Those questions include: Some students have a background, identity, interest, or talent that is … Continue reading How to start writing your college essay
If you’re like many students, you may have several academic interests. How are you supposed to select a major and demonstrate interest to colleges when you’re curious about two, three or even more subjects? Below are some suggestions that will allow you to get a more in-depth understanding of various academic subjects and how they … Continue reading Determining an academic interest
Now, more than ever, uncertainty surrounds the college admissions process. But you don’t have to navigate these uncharted waters on your own. AcceptU’s team of former college admissions is here to support you and your child in this rapidly evolving landscape. Here are a few reasons why you can count on AcceptU: Experience. With so … Continue reading Working with a college consultant during the coronavirus
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has disrupted the lives of millions of high school students. Classes are now held online; extracurricular activities and athletics have been cancelled; summer plans are up in the air; and standardized testing schedules have come into question. With so much uncertainty, it’s best to focus on what your child can … Continue reading How to prepare for college admissions with COVID-19