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May / June Checklist for High School Sophomores

There is probably nothing more important in college admissions than staying organized and on track. …

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May / June Checklist for High School Juniors

There is probably nothing more important in college admissions than staying organized and on track. …

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Summer To Do List for Rising Seniors

Summer is a great time to get a jump start on college admissions. With some…

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Applications Are In: What Now?

For most high school seniors, the college application season has ended and the focus has…

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College Applications and Essays: Guidebook Recommendations

Need help with College Applications and Essays?  Successful examples and words of advice can inspire…

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Tips for Getting Into College: Advice from Recent Grads

Competition for admission to U.S. colleges and universities is at a record high and aspiring…

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Advice From Successful College Applicants

Check out this advice written by successful college applicants: Maximize Your Mileage on High School…

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Accepted Off the Wait List: What Now?

Welcome to the era of record low college acceptance rates and record long wait lists.…

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Admissions Blogs

The intense college search process has given rise to many online forums such as College…

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Warren Buffett Offers Advice To Students

Warren Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, is a philanthropist and one of the wealthiest…

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Impressive Candidate vs. Admitted Student

Her story is not unusual -- stellar grades, challenging course load, strong SAT scores and…

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Coaches Corner

Coaches Corner

Articles on advice on how to get into college.

Student Tips

Student Tips

Tips from Recent Grads about getting into college.

Ask A Counselor

Ask A Counselor

Articles to what to ask your counselors.

Advice

The college admissions process has become increasingly more difficult in recent years. Many families rely on high school guidance counselors, who have become increasingly stretched. The advice on this page may be helpful to consider as you navigate the road ahead.

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