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What to do After College Acceptance: 8 Important Steps

You’ve done it! That much-hoped-for college acceptance letter is finally in your hands. Congratulations—you’ve put in a lot of hard work and dedication into the college admissions process. Take a moment to reflect on your accomplishments and give yourself the recognition you deserve for reaching this milestone. After you’ve celebrated this long-awaited achievement, it’s time …
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Questions YOU Should Ask in a College Interview

Typically, when it comes to a college interview you’re the one answering the questions instead of asking them. However, when the interview draws to a close most interviewers will ask the student, “Do you have any questions for me?” Your answer should always be YES! What Should You Expect in a College Interview? Not all …
Here are a few tips to increase your admission chances and get accepted into the college of your choice.
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Tips to Help You Beat The Admissions Odds

With the number of college applications far outnumbering the number of places available every year, colleges can afford to be super picky during the selection process. They set the benchmark very high so only the best of the best meet their stringent criteria. While getting accepted into the college of your choice may seem like …
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What Does Rolling Admission Mean and How Does It Work?

Rolling admissions refers to college application cycles that are open year-round. They can be valuable for students who change their mind about college or want to apply to additional schools after regular decision on January 1st. Colleges that offer rolling admissions do tend to have priority deadlines. Popular colleges that have rolling admissions include Pennsylvania …
What do colleges look for when they check your social media?
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What Do Colleges Look For On Social Media?

Your carefully-put-together application and personal essay tells college authorities a lot about yourself. But, it’s only what you want them to hear. It does not tell the reader much about that other side of you. It’s the side that reserved for your friends and family. That’s what the college wants to know. Are you really …
Here are some tips on trying to appeal an admission decision.
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How to Appeal a College Rejection

Receiving admission rejections can be a tough blow, more so if you are very keen on attending that particular school or if it was your top-choice college. It can be frustrating because you know you meet all the college’s admission requirements and more. You’ve gone to great lengths to put together an outstanding application that …
Dealing with rejection can be hard, especially when you were rejected from your dream school.
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Dealing with Rejection from Your Dream School

When it comes to applying to your dream school(s), it’s important to remember that sometimes dreams don’t always reflect reality. Every year, thousands of seniors must come to terms with not being admitted to the school they wanted more than any other. This happens for a variety of reasons, from demographics and numbers to the …

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