What does “test optional” mean in college admissions, and how is it different from “test blind”? How should students and families decide whether to send scores or not? A college admissions consultant clarifies these policies and argues that most colleges still want your test scores–as long as they are really good. So take the tests. And get a really good score.
Author: Mark Montgomery
Families continue to ask on a daily basis how Covid-19 will affect the admissions process. The answers are numerous and complex. But the bottom line
Every time I want to tamp down the pressure on high school students who are aiming for top tier colleges in the US, out pops
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Disclose Learning Differences on College Application…or Not? Nearly every week a student or two will ask me if they should disclose learning disabilities on the