Why You Should Send Thank You Notes During The College App Process

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Applying to college is not a solitary endeavor. Although you will be the main person putting everything together, the process inevitably several other people—a mentor who writes your recommendation letters, the counselor who advises you regarding various courses and colleges, the college admissions team who conduct your interviews, a professor you meet while visiting, and …

Did You Know You Can Cancel Your ACT / SAT Scores?

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Not many students know this, but you can cancel your ACT/SAT scores. You can simply write to the test providers and request them to cancel your scores, and prevent them from sending out scores to the colleges you requested. However, because you have the option, it does not necessarily mean you should without putting some …

How to Improve on Your ACT/SAT “Weak Spots”

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Everyone has strengths and weaknesses when it comes to academics. When you take the ACT or SAT, you might find that your weaknesses become more apparent when you receive the results. However, there are ways to work on those weak spots and improve your overall score. Dedicate Extra Study Time to Your Weak Spots Extra …

What Happens During a College Interview?

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While a majority of colleges don’t request an interview, some schools do make it part of the application process—even if optionally. Knowing what to expect ahead of time can make the college interview a bit less stressful. The Basics There are few colleges in the United States that make a college interview part of the …

How To Follow Up With A College

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After you’ve submitted your application, you may want to follow up with a college for a few different reasons. Updates and News One of the most common reasons may be to update them about your latest accomplishments, which could impact the fate of your application. The second is if you check your application status and …