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Waitlisted: Turning Maybe into Yes
Waiting in limbo need not be a passive activity. Many savvy applicants have launched successful campaigns to gain admission.
New SAT?: What You Need to Know
The College Board announced a major overhaul to its SAT exam starting in Spring 2016. Members of the Class of 2017 will be the first students to take the new SAT. Here’s what you need to know:
ACT or SAT?: What’s a Student To Do? Take the SAT/ACT Diagnostic
Curiously, too many students never take the college entrance exam (SAT or ACT) they’re likely to score better on.
College Admissions: When the Answer is No
The Story Behind the SAT Overhaul
More Colleges Seeking Alternative to Common Application
How Assets Hurt College Aid Eligibility on FAFSA and CSS Profile
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Tips for Finding the Right Summer Program
Summer can be the perfect time to explore potential majors and career options; delve more deeply into current interests; develop your talents; gain valuable experiences that might appeal to college admission officers; expand your horizons; and improve important skills (e.g. reading, writing, math and study) that can help you on college entrance exams and throughout your life.