Summer presents an invaluable opportunity for high school students to delve into the world of research. Engaging in research projects not only bolsters college applications but also nurtures critical thinking, problem-solving and independent learning skills. Here’s how your teen can make the most of these opportunities:
Remember, the goal is to engage in meaningful research that aligns with your child’s interests and academic goals. Such experiences not only enhance college applications but also contribute significantly to personal and intellectual growth.
As author of Untangling the Ivy League, Marc literally wrote the book on gaining admission to highly selective colleges. He earned a BA from Cornell University – where he met AcceptU’s co-founder – and an MBA from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. At UNC, Marc chaired the admissions advisory board; he has also conducted alumni interviews for Cornell for more than fifteen years.