In this guest post, Colin Smith, a Harvard College junior, shares his experiences in taking a gap year between high school and college.
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.
Mark comments on a recent anonymously-written exposé of the Harvard alumni interview process.
Mark reminds us of what the Ivy League really is.
Is community service in a developing country a good idea for improving your college application? Is it a good idea for the poor people the teens may serve? The answer may be “No” to both questions.
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?
April is the month of rejection from Ivy League universities. With college acceptance rates at all time low, it’s important to keep your focus on what’s really important in life.
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.
When applying to college, how much does it really help to be a legacy?
Libraries aren’t just for studying any more. And they may not be for storing books and magazines much longer, either.