Why hire an educational consultant? Because you get personalized attention, alleviate stress, gain a competitive edge, eliminate confusion, and (best of all) you can SAVE MONEY!
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!
International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placement curricula are spreading like wildfire in American public schools. Which prepares students better for college?
Must you choose a college major before applying for university admission? Not at the University of Washington. Mark explains in this video.
Which college is the perfect fit? Students may want to consider more concrete aspects of a college when making their final college decision.
Are you trying to make your final decision on where you will attend college? Is financial aid a factor? Read about questions you should consider if financial aid is playing a role in your final college decision.
Are you having trouble making your final college decision? Read our series of blog post on questions to consider as you make your final decision on where you will attend college.
So you were not admitted to your first choice college. What do you do now?
You have received your college application decision and you have been placed on the wait list. What does this mean and what should you do to follow up with the college?
So you have received decisions on your college applications. What’s next? Read this post regarding next steps for college acceptance letters.