Many experts come up with a formula to answer this question. I hear counselors say something like this all the time: 3 “stretches”, 5 “targets,” and 2 “safeties.” But the number of applications depends entirely on who you are and what you want. If you think things through carefully, perhaps you will need to apply to only one!
It is not too late for seniors to consider admission to UK universities! A number of UK institutions are on the Common Application, but many more are only available through UCAS, the primary application used in the UK.
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 advises students to consider the surroundings when picking a college.
Mark visits Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to showcase its energetic campus.
Mark advises students to consider a college carefully before applying early decision.
Mark will present a talk on college admission, scholarships, financial aid, and college applications to students and families of Burlington High school in the Boston area.
Mark’s final post in a series on essays explore the prompt in which students are asked to recount an incident that marks their transition from childhood to adulthood.
Essay Writing! This first in a series of posts on the Common Application essay prompts focuses on how to answer the prompt about how your background or story has shaped your identity.