Tag: college interviews

How Should I Prepare for My Admission Interview?

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Being interviewed can be difficult at first, but it gets easier the more you practice. Check out this expert advice for your admission interviews. read more

How to Ace Your Alumni Interviews

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Cofounder, Director of College Admissions Counseling, One-Stop College Counseling

A good alumni interview can seriously improve your chances of acceptance at a college. Here's some advice to help you maximize your time during your interview. read more

Admission Interview Strategies Students Should Know

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Director of Communications, Commonwealth School

Stressed about an upcoming college admission interview? These top strategies will help you rock the meeting and impress admission officers at any school. read more

What to Expect From College Admission Interviews

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Even when they're not required, college admission interviews are often a good way to bolster an application. Here's how to tackle your admission interview. read more

How to Escape Your Dream College's Waitlist

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Author, College Admission Expert, Valley Prep Tutoring Services

Been waitlisted at your dream school? While that can be discouraging, there are steps you can take to help sway the final admission decision in your favor. read more

What Can I Do If I Was Deferred From My Top College?

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So, you were deferred by your top-choice school. What can you do to increase your odds of admission? Read on for a few tips from an expert. read more

How to Ace Your College Interview

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College Counselor, UIC College Prep

The college admission interview may be the first interview you've ever participated in, but it's not as scary as you might think! Here's how to ace yours. read more

How to Choose a College That's Right for You

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Brought to you by the experts behind Colleges That Change Lives, here's some great advice on choosing a college that is best suited to your needs and goals. read more

Find a College You'll Love

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If you're like most college-bound students, you want to get into the best school you possibly can. But too often, "best" means "most selective" instead of a place where you'll thrive academically and socially. read more