The prospect of standardized testing is immensely stressful, and parents and students have many questions about standardized testing.
Most campus tours will focus on amenities and prestige factors But as a parent helping your child, here are questions you should be asking at a campus tour.
College admissions isn’t just about getting in, it’s about finishing and thriving in life. That’s why it matters that you find a great fit college.
Parents and students in the college application process want to know: what decision factors influence which candidates a college admits and whom it denies?
For virtually every selective school, there are more students who meet the academic criteria than they can admit. A great admissions essay can help set you apart from all the others who might get in.
The CSS/Profile, like the Free Application for Financial Student Aid (FAFSA), it is used to determine how much money a college will offer you.
The Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the basis on which colleges decide financial aid, so it is important students and parents fill them out.
Visiting colleges can be expensive. Between airfare or gas, hotel rooms, rental cars, parking and food, you could end up spending thousands of dollars. So before you fly, travel in the virtual world. College virtual tours can be a great way to screen colleges and find your fit.
Here’s how to focus students’ attention on a few areas of interest and aptitude and build an outstanding college application portfolio.
The Coalition Application is one of the biggest changes in the college application process this year. Here’s what it means for you.