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 talks about the importance of considering a school’s social scene when applying.
Mark speaks about the propensity of almost all colleges to extol their undergraduate research programs on their tours. But beware: not all colleges are walking the walk.
Mark lends his expertise to advice on taking double majors at liberal arts colleges: it’s best not to narrow your focus to the details of two separate majors, but to take one major and get the whole picture.
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.
Should you consider college rankings, such as those recently published by The Princeton Review?