Having trouble with those verb conjugations in your foreign language class? Ever wish you could just drop the course? Read on to understand whether a decision to do that would impact your chances of college admissions.
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We have written several posts on choosing a major in college. While there is much debate about the relevance of a student’s major and their professional future, the downturn in the economy has many parents and students concerned about long term job prospects. Last month, The Wall Street Journal published an article called “Landing the […]
A client of mine is a budding architect. He is taking an independent study in architecture at his high school, and has become very enthusiastic about the possibility of turning his interest into a career. But he is unsure about what road to take as an undergraduate. Should he look for universities that offer a […]
The New York Times ran a story on Sunday entitled Making College “Relevant.” The thrust is that consumers of higher education (i.e., primarily parents, but also students) are demanding clear links between the education one purchases and the job one lands after graduation. In some ways this makes perfect sense: a college education is a […]