Tag: admission

9 College Admission Myths, Busted!

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Student

You've heard a lot about the college search process over the years. Some of it helpful, but some pure malarkey. read more

Dare to Be More With Catholic Education

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Assistant Director of Admission, Coordinator for Campus Visits and Events, Saint Martin's University

In the college search, cost, academics, and location are certainly important. But is there more to higher education? Could there be? read more

Should I Take Both the ACT and SAT?

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Many students agonize over whether to take the SAT or the ACT. One "solution" to this problem is taking both, right? Wrong! read more

The Hardest Admission Interview Questions

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Assistant Editor, Noodle

What do you do when an admission interviewer throws you a curveball? Find out what the hardest admission interview questions are and how to answer them! read more

Second Chances: How a Low Undergraduate GPA Affects Graduate Admissions

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Freelance Writer

So, your undergraduate GPA is...eh. And now you're applying to grad schools with a number that doesn't reflect your drive. What to do? read more

Avoiding the 7-Year Plan: How to Stay on Track in Community College

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English Tutor, TutorNerds

Lots of community college students find themselves enrolled way longer than anticipated: the dreaded "seven-year plan." read more

Top 5 Grad School Test-Taking Strategies

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Freelance Writer

They say you can't avoid death and taxes. For students heading to grad school, you can add tests to the list. read more

Letter of Intent Do's and Don'ts

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Freelance Writer

Your letter of intent should convince the graduate admission committee that you're a valuable addition to their program. These do's and don't will help you do just that. read more

How to Find the Christian College for You

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Associate Professor, Dean for Student Success, Harding University

So much of college is about asking the right questions. Here's a Christian perspective to finding the answers. read more

Application Essay Example: The Surgeon

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This is a *real* admission essay a student submitted with his application to Loyola University New Orleans. Read it and get inspired! read more