applying for college



a diverse definition of diversity in college admissions

a diverse definition of diversity in college admissions

When you hear the words "diversity" and "college admissions" in the same sentence, you may automatically think about race. However, many colleges look at other aspects as well in order to achieve a diverse student body.

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what do colleges look for in an applicant?

what do colleges look for in an applicant?

When deciding which applicants to admit to their college, admissions officers look at many different factors. Read on to see if you are the kind of applicant they want.

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learning how to meet deadlines for college admissions and scholarships

learning how to meet deadlines for college admissions and scholarships

Learning how to properly meet deadlines for college admissions and scholarships will help ensure that you submit superior applications. Use these tips to meet your admissions and scholarship deadlines.

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how to handle college rejection

how to handle college rejection

A rejection is never easy — whether it comes from a friend, a potential employer, or your number one college choice. Here are some ideas to help you work through and overcome the disappointment of being rejected by your college of choice.

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last minute tips to beef up your college application

last minute tips to beef up your college application

Think it's too late to beef up your college application when the deadline is right around the corner? Think again. You may not be able to enroll in more rigorous courses or drastically improve your grades overnight, but you can perform some last minute tips to help enhance that application.

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the x factor in college admissions

the x factor in college admissions

With the increase of applicants applying to college each year, what is going to make an admissions officer take notice of you? Sure, good grades and an impressive SAT/ACT score are definite factors for securing a spot at your top college, but do you have that special something that makes you stand out from the crowd? Check out this guide to understanding the x factor in college admissions.

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follow instructions to reduce college application errors

follow instructions to reduce college application errors

Of the top mistakes most often made on college applications, many can be attributed to not following instructions or working too quickly. The college application will be filled with important paperwork, so it is vital to take time and plan ahead.

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preparing for your college interview

preparing for your college interview

The college interview can be a good opportunity for you to demonstrate your outstanding qualities and to learn more about the college. If you decide to interview with colleges, here are some tips to help you out.

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ways to save money on college application fees

ways to save money on college application fees

Not only can attending college be expensive, but applying to college can be costly as well. With today’s college application fees averaging around $40, you can expect to spend hundreds of dollars (depending on how many schools to which you want to apply) on college before you are even accepted into a school.

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is early action or early decision right for you?

is early action or early decision right for you?

Early action is the early admission program in which applying early will get you an early answer. It is non-binding. Early decision is similar to early action in that you can apply early and get an early answer from your college about acceptance, but it is binding.

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