Hooray! The SAT2 Subject Tests are dead! But what does this news really mean for admission to highly selective colleges like the Ivy League? What will it mean for the colleges, for high schools, and for the College Board? A top college admission advisor prognosticates.
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.
Mark shares John Oliver’s video that takes down the system of standardized testing in the US.
You can’t say that MIT doesn’t have a sense of humor. As well as a pretty big film budget. Take a look at the video
Mark visits Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to showcase its energetic campus.
Mark talks about the outdoor opportunities offered by attending Bates College.
Marks goes to the campus of Bates College to talk about its long-standing ethos of diversity and tolerance.
Students with bad grades, low GPA, and low SAT and ACT test scores can still get into college. But can they graduate? Can they get financial aid? Mark responds to an inquiry from a student who wants it “honest and straight.”