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12th Grade

Facing A College Rejection Letter

Guess what? Sometimes, even stellar candidates get rejected, for a whole variety of reasons. We’re serving up some perspective to untangle your sense of self-worth from your college admissions letters and college rejection letters. Check out this whole growth mindset business. 

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12th Grade

How to Get a College Acceptance Fast

Want to get accepted to college quickly? We have an option for you! With so many admissions deadlines coming up and pressure ramping up too, plenty of students may be relieved to know there’s an underrated alternative. Consider applying to a school with rolling admissions.

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12th Grade

Should I Apply Early Action?

Fall deadlines are fast approaching. You may have noticed that certain colleges offer early action for their acceptance processes. Submit your application early, and you’ll get the result early, too. So, should you apply early action?

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12th Grade

When Applying Early to College Can Pay Off

The college admission code isn’t a code that can be cracked easily. There are no hard and fast rules that apply for all colleges and the selection criteria aren’t entirely objective. But data can provide us with some clues into admission chances.

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12th Grade

College Admissions – Regular Decision Deadlines 2018-19

We all know what it feels like to leave things to the last minute right before an important deadline. Most regular decision deadlines for college admissions fall in January and we want to share them with you so you get you college applications in on time. The table below includes application deadlines for the most popular colleges.

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12th Grade

Applying to College Early? Early Action vs. Early Decision

The developments in education in recent years have been phenomenal. Classrooms have gone from lecture halls to spaces that engage all types of learners. Thanks to Neil Fleming’s VARK model of Student Learning, we have now understood that students learn in different ways, so why isn’t their knowledge being assessed in different ways as well.

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