As a freshman in high school, you were excited to be at a new school with new responsibilities, teachers, classes and sports. As a sophomore, you grew, studied hard and enhanced your skills in athletics, community service and classwork. Now you are a junior, and the idea of life at college has crept into your … Continue reading College planning for rising juniors
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Have you been entertaining the thought of an MBA but don’t know where to begin? Pursuing an MBA is a great way to increase your business knowledge and advance your career. While there are dozens of different rankings and school recommendations, in the end, where and when and you apply is your choice. With the … Continue reading Preparing for fall MBA deadlines: which round should you apply in?
It was recently reported that, in a survey of college admissions officers, 40% of respondents admit that they check applicants’ social media profiles during the decision-making process, and approximately one in three admissions officers search online to find out more information on applicants. What are admissions officers trying to determine about applicants? Perhaps they want … Continue reading User beware! Five social media tips for college applicants
Using AcceptU’s interactive quiz, find out which major best suites your child’s strengths and interests. If you are having difficulty viewing the quiz, please refresh the page. [qzzr quiz=”143627″ width=”100%” height=”auto” redirect=”true” offset=”0″]
College admissions can be daunting for high school students – competitive colleges consider strong academics, compelling essays, a flawless interview, glowing letters of recommendation and high scores on standardized tests. With all of these factors, why do colleges also stress that they seek students who have extracurricular involvement and leadership? Consider the following: Colleges are … Continue reading Why colleges and universities want “active” students