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College Representatives Visit the Area

Case Western Reserve            Cleveland, Ohio Students interested in engineering, math, science, or a strong liberal arts program might consider Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Admission to all schools is open, allowing students to decide once on campus if a particular program is a good match. Faculty teach 96 percent of the classes at […]

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Seniors: Time to Send Mid-Year Reports to Colleges

on February 7, 2011 in Alerts, Application Process, New This Month

More and more colleges are requesting that mid-year reports be sent to the colleges to which you applied. Check the admissions websites for more details, and follow-up e-mail requests sent by the colleges. The Common Application has mid-year reports available online and can be accessed by logging into your account. Colleges not using the Common […]

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More Universities are Moving to Random Audits of Applications

on October 18, 2010 in Application Process

Stanford University has joined the ranks of the University of California system and other universities in performing random audits of admissions applications. This sends an important message to applicants regarding honesty and accountability that is essential in the application process.  The National Association of College Admissions Counseling, which aims to ensure that its member institutions […]

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UW Honors Update

on October 6, 2010 in Application Process

The University of Washington Honors Program application has gone live with the following prompt (and tips) for the essay. All applicants must answer Essay Prompt 1 and then must answer either Essay Prompt 2a or 2b, using no more than 300 words per response: Carol Dweck has said the following about success in college: “‘Hard […]

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