applying for college



steps to take when you're waitlisted

steps to take when you're waitlisted

If you are put on a waitlist, you might feel as though you are in college admissions limbo. You aren't accepted, but you aren't denied either. Follow these steps if you've been waitlisted.

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admit me, already! why haven't i received a decision yet?

admit me, already! why haven't i received a decision yet?

Waiting on college admissions decisions can be distressing at best. Why is it taking so long for those decision notifications to arrive?

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second semester countdown for seniors

second semester countdown for seniors

For seniors, the second semester of high school is extremely hectic. Be sure to stay organized so you don't miss important deadlines. Here is a list of essentials you must complete as you end your high school career and begin your college journey.

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auditions and tryouts on campus

auditions and tryouts on campus

College isn't all about academics. It also gives you the opportunity to be involved in many other activities. Here are some general guidelines to help you prepare for campus auditions and tryouts.

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letters of recommendation for college admissions

letters of recommendation for college admissions

Letters of recommendation play a significant role in the college admissions process. Admissions officers turn to recommendation letters to get an idea of how others view you. Utilize these tips to get the best recommendations as possible.

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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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applying to college: common, universal college, and individual applications

applying to college: common, universal college, and individual applications

There are three different options from which to choose when applying to college: the Common Application, the Universal College Application, or individual applications.

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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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social networking and college admissions

social networking and college admissions

Recent studies show that more and more college admissions officers are turning to social networking sites to get information about prospective students. Check out these ways to let your social networking profiles work for (rather than against) you in the college admissions process.

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creating a professional email address

creating a professional email address

When applying for admission to college or applying for a job, it is crucial to present yourself in a professional manner. While your email address may seem insignificant in the overall process of receiving admittance to a college or obtaining a job, it is actually a factor that some college admission officers and human resources personnel take into consideration.

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