What You Need to Know About Restrictive Early Action
The admissions process is vastly different for all students. Some may have little to no idea which school they will end up choosing and end up applying to a wide variety of options across the country. Others have had their dream school in mind for years and plan to apply there along with only a handful of backup safety schools. For the latter pool of students, restrictive early action may…Read More
College Fit: How To Find The College That Fits You Best
Choosing a college is tough. With over 4,000 colleges across the country, narrowing down your choices to just a few might feel impossible. Whether you have no idea where to begin or you already have a dream school in mind, you should take some time to paint a picture of an ideal college that truly fits your needs and wants in all areas of your lifestyle and personality. In this…Read More
How to Find the Best College Admissions Counselors
The college admissions process can be very confusing, especially for students who are not sure how to get into their dream programs. When you have no idea where to start, it may be beneficial to find a guide to walk you through the whole process. College admissions counselors are experts on the admissions process. They can provide expert advice to you and your family as you navigate each stage from…Read More
How to get into Ivy League schools?
Ivy League schools are known for only accepting the best and the brightest applicants, often boasting low acceptance rates. In 2021, the Ivy League school with the highest acceptance rate was Cornell University which only accepted 5,889 of the 47,038 applications it received from applicants, an acceptance rate of 12.5%. Harvard University, which had the lowest acceptance rate, only accepted 5.2% of its applicants. Needless to say, getting accepted into…Read More
How important are AP classes for college admission?
When most people apply to college, they focus on the fact that admissions officers will look carefully at their SAT scores, personal essays, letters of recommendation, and GPA. However, many people don’t realize that these college decision-makers care about the types of courses students take just as much as the grades they earn in these courses. If you earn a 4.0 (on an unweighted scale) without taking any honors, AP,…Read More
Free Secret: How To Get Into An Ivy League College
After getting into Yale & Brown, I learned this little known secret about how to get into an Ivy League college! Watch the video below to find out what it is. For more test strategy, college admissions, and scholarship application tips sign up for our FREE class happening right now!Read More