Written with Aimee Kahn-Foss, Director of Admission, and Rachel West, Associate Director of Admission, at Agnes Scott College. For more information related to this post, check out their page, “Why….
Written by Marybeth Kravets, co-author of The K&W Guide to Colleges for Students with Learning Differences. Values and Strengths of Students with Learning Differences College-bound students with learning differences are….
Written with Bob Dannenhold (Collegeology/Application Navigation) What is the Post 9/11 GI Bill? The Post 9/11 GI Bill made more than 2 million service members eligible for the most generous….
Written by Tiffany Knight and Emily Dobson —Disclaimer: This timeline is focused on the US admissions process. If you are considering applying outside of the US, please note the respective….
Agent: A company (agency) or individual (agent) contracted and paid by high schools and universities in other countries to advise and recruit students to their institutions. Apostille: A legalized document…..
– Personal Development– Recognition– Accountability– Inspiration– Music– Helping Others– Peace– Diversity– Expertise– Vulnerability– Global Awareness– Hunger– My Country– Sleep– Productivity– Intuition– Culture– Healthy Boundaries– Second Chances– Listening– Family– Excitement– Travel–….
I once asked a professor how long she wanted a homework essay to be after I noticed the guidelines didn’t specify. Her response: “As long as it needs to be.”….
Example 1: “Cheers” While my friends binge The Office, I’m at home with my favorite family tavern, Cheers. Reminiscing on my first visit five-years-ago, going into my tenth visit, I….
What good transition sentences look like To get a clear sense of why good transitions are important, read the body paragraphs in the “Builder and Problem-Solver” essay without reading the….
Note: This post is written for students who are already in college, offering tools and resources regarding how to tackle imposter syndrome. If you are in the process of applying….
At the risk of stating the obvious, please keep in mind that you don’t have to pick only one of these—you’ll likely get far more out of pursuing things related….
Note: This post is written for students who are in high school, and offers tools and resources regarding how to tackle imposter syndrome. If you are already in college, click….