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College Admissions Newsletter – March 20, 2014

College Admissions Newsletter – March 20, 2014

College Admissions Newsletter – March 20, 2014

 

College Admissions Newsletter – 

A Favorite from Hatchville to Hanover 

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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. 

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS BOOK OF THE WEEK:

The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2014

TEST PREP BOOK OF THE WEEK:

Barron’s 6 ACT Practice Tests

COLLEGE ADMISSIONS RESOURCE OF THE WEEK:

College Data  

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ADMISSIONS EDGE:

Impressive Candidate vs. Admitted Student 

Her story is not unusual — stellar grades, challenging course load, strong SAT scores and recommendations, assortment of activities and community service — applied to a dozen highly-selective institutions (“reach schools”) and was rejected across the board. Adding insult to injury, Bella was also turned down by some of the “likely schools” to which she applied.

16 Great College Research Websites and Resources

What do Unigo, College Prowler, CollegeXpress, YOUniversityTV and Big Future have in common?

College Planning for High School Juniors

During 11th grade, the college preparation process kicks into high gear.  In addition to building credentials, college-bound juniors should focus on preparing for entrance exams, exploring colleges and learning about student aid.

ENTRANCE EXAMS: 

Testing Timer Watch Helps Students on ACT

One of the biggest challenges students face on college entrance exams is managing their time. Many students spend valuable test time checking the clock to figure out how much time is left and if they are on pace to finish.  Made specifically for the ACT, the Testing Timers ACT aTest Timer Watch contains preset timing for all 5 sections of the test: English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing…..

ILM Newsletter: May 31, 2012

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Lynn Radlauer Lubell, Publisher, InLikeMe.com & Founder, Admission By Design

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SAT & ACT 

Upcoming Registration Deadlines:

Test date: 5/3/2014

Test Type: SAT

Registration Deadline: 4/4/2014

Late Registration Deadline: 4/21/2014

Test date: 4/12/2014

Test Type: ACT

Registration Deadline: 3/7/2014

Late Registration Deadline: 3/21/2014

SAT / ACT /

Subject Tests:

Upcoming Exams:

ACT – April 12

SAT – May 3

SAT – June 7

ACT – June 14

College Admissions Newsletter – December 12, 2013

SAT Optional Colleges

Suggestions

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COLLEGE PLANNING

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Lynn Radlauer Lubell, Publisher of InLikeMe.com and Founder of Admission By Design, an Educational Consultancy based in Boca Raton, Florida.

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