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In 2008, Kaplan reported that only 10 percent of admissions officers bothered looking at an applicant’s social media pages; but in 2017, that number rose to 35 percent.
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Understanding the widening gender gap and its impact on college acceptance.
The No. 1 thing students can do while on the waitlist is communicate clearly, firmly and respectfully to the admissions office that, if offered, they will accept a spot at the school.
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Perhaps no decision in a college-bound teen’s high school career causes more agitation than deciding how many honors and advanced placement courses to take.
Students and parents spend too much time seeking out private scholarships, and not enough focusing on where the bulk of aid money actually originates.
What are the key differences between the ACT and new SAT, and what do they mean for test-takers?
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Experts at College Transitions release their first book, "The Enlightened College Applicant," Sept. 1.
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These profiles detail everything from student-to-faculty ratios to acceptance rates and the percentage of students who successfully graduate in four years.
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Check out this post to learn about your prospects as a waitlisted student and what you may be able to do to ultimately earn admission.
These tips offer guidance and help for effectively and tactfully describing mental health challenges.
College applicants can use these tips to help move their application into the "accepted" pile.
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Take a look at the fastest-growing careers in America, where both compensation and employee satisfaction are high, starting with the healthcare field.
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