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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.
In this article, we want to share these key regular decision deadlines with you so you get you college applications in on time.
Does applying to college early sound good to you? Let’s discuss the nuances of each option.
Looking for a ready-made dream college application timeline? Senior year is exciting and filled with lots of activities, but not the time to slack off.
Applying early might not be the right direction for you. At the very least, we recommend you rethink applying early to be sure it’s your smartest move.
For many students, the sheer volume of work to be done throughout the “college application process” seems incredibly daunting. In this post, we will provide a rough roadmap of when you might want to aim to have certain portions of the applications completed.
Senior year is a great year to do some work, enjoy each day, and look forward to your future. Graduation is coming up and you have one last chance to make some lasting memories. For some, senior year is about Carpe Diem while for others it’s as bad as a Greek tragedy.
A common dilemma that each high school senior faces around this time of the year is the final AP testing season. How many AP tests for senior year?
What follows here is a list of 3 emails you will likely need to write during this college admissions process.