Last year I wrote about a study that looked at where CS PhD students got their bachelors’ degrees. Now Reed College has extended that question to other fields as well: … 1,212 more words
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Students tend to think they have no control over their college Letters of Recommendation. They find classes in which they have performed well, and ask those teachers to write letters for them. 547 more words
No, this isn’t about the ACT or the SAT. This post will help you begin to think about how colleges review applications. If you analyze the number of students who apply to top colleges like Harvard, Princeton, Duke, or Stanford (a rough average of 30,000 for each school), you will realize that there isn’t much time for them to read your application. 272 more words
Summer is officially over, which means the return of school work, extracurricular activities, and after-school jobs. For rising high school seniors, there’s also the looming task of writing college admissions essays. 759 more words
A great commentary on the Common App and why to get your applications done asap! Click here to read.
It is important to plan these three months carefully so that you can make the best use of your preparation time, and ultimately submit the applications to U.S. 854 more words