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It’s time to start hearing back from early action and early decision schools—exciting! Some schools have already released early decision or early action results—Tulane, Northeastern, Georgia, and of course, schools that release on a rolling basis like…

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As high school begins, it’s not too early to be thinking your plans for applying to college! Here are a few items to keep in mind as 2017 winds down: December Action Plan Now is the time to build your story for college! Have you gotten more involved with…

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Juniors have a lot to work on and look ahead to this month! December Action Plan: Meet with your high school counselor. Does s/he know what your plans for college are? Does s/he know you well—or know you at all? Your counselor will write one of your…

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Seniors! Many of you have already heard from one or more of your early application schools, and many more schools will release decisions on or around December 15th. Still, there’s plenty to do as early application decisions roll in. Here are a few things…

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Not all colleges require interviews. In fact, many don’t offer them. At schools that do, they are not always evaluative or even considered in the admissions process. That being said, I still suggest you interview if you can. Why? It is a way to…

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If you recently applied to college, my guess is you didn’t do it alone. Show some gratitude this Thanksgiving holiday by sending a heartfelt thank you to the people that helped you make it happen. People to thank: parents, guidance counselor, teachers,…

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If you’re applying Regular Decision (RD) to colleges, you should continue to make progress on your essays and applications in case your early applications are denied or deferred in December. It is very difficult to write your essays and complete your…

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Joel L.A. Peterson’s “secrets” aren’t really secrets to me, but they are to many students and their parents. I am re-posting his recent Huff Post article below as it is worth a read! Secret 1 is especially important to remember when you start your college…

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  By 10th and 11th-grade college talk should be fairly consistent—especially if you are, or have a student who is— aiming to attend a selective college or university. That being said, the majority of our work with students—which includes applying to…

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I read a CCTL post recently that I wanted to share here: Throughout the major U.S. tech hubs, whether Silicon Valley or Seattle, Boston or Austin, software companies are discovering that liberal arts thinking makes them stronger.  Engineers may still…
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