Bottom line: while standardized tests are not the only factor in college admissions, they do matter a lot. The more selective the university, the more they matter.
For those trying to get into the Ivy League, Mark has some input on this relatively small, conservative, and outdoorsy Ivy League institution.
Mark explains that if you want to get accepted to an Ivy League college and study business as an undergraduate, you may need to broaden your horizons.
Dartmouth’s tradition of building a snow sculpture on the Dartmouth Green seems to have melted away. Global warming? No: Apathy.
With over 4,000 colleges in the USA, how do you know which one is the perfect fit for you? College admissions expert Mark Montgomery will use his encyclopedic knowledge of American colleges to guide you to the right direction.
Mark talks about the importance of considering a school’s social scene when applying.
Mark reminds us of what the Ivy League really is.
A recent post in the New York Times illustrated which Ivy League universities had more applications this past year, and which ones had fewer. Which college came out on top?
Early application acceptance numbers are in for Ivy League and other highly selective schools. Read on to check out what percent got admitted and about early trends in applications for the Class of 2017.
Have you been watching The Sing Off this season? There were some great college a cappella groups on this season! College a cappella groups are a great way to get involved on campus, continue your love of singing, and make life-long friends.