December is decision time when it comes to Early Decision applications. Here’s what the numbers looked like across the Ivy League: Questions? Send us a message here.
November marks an important date on the college admissions calendar. With the majority of Early Decision (ED) applications wrapping up by November 15, thousands of college-bound seniors will take a collective sigh of relief in knowing that their first (and hopefully last) wave of applications are in the books! While we encourage students to take a short break … Continue reading Important next steps after applying Early Decision (ED)
Early Decision (ED) and Early Action (EA) plans are designed for students who have carefully narrowed down a list of colleges and understand the advantages (and potential risks) of applying early. Here are the primary differences to be aware of between both rounds: Early Decision (ED) is the earliest round in which a student can apply. Applications … Continue reading Differences between Early Decision & Early Action
For students beginning to think about college admissions, there is a lot of work to be done, from visiting and researching schools to taking standardized tests and building a strong admissions portfolio. Another consideration is whether to apply Early Decision. First, what is Early Decision? Early Decision is a binding contract with a chosen school, … Continue reading Pros and cons of applying early decision
Congratulations to those who have just submitted early action or early decision applications. It is completely natural to want to go back and review your application, just to get a good look at what you’ve submitted to colleges, but without the pressure of a deadline hanging over you. Don’t do it. Resist the temptation. The … Continue reading What (not) to do after you submit your college applications