In today’s BS/MD admissions advice post I would like to discuss the profile of the average admissions applicant applying to the selective to highly selective programs. These would include schools with …
Is it okay if I take bio, chem and business studies
Hi friends! I was wondering if anyone could provide some insight into what Wharton specifically looks for in an undergrad applicant. What is the general profile of students accepted to this program? A …
I’m in North New Jersey, and I wanna do things that would try to show I have a passion for business and international/global affairs majors. I already have plenty to show that I do, however I’d like t …
In Korea, there's a thing called hagwon. It's similar to private academy or cram school or something... There's nothing exactly same thing in US. To briefly explain, if you having hard time to follow …
Another related question, is it good enough to even mention on the application (I'm asking this as I self-studied for the exam because my school doesn't offer AP classes)?
Is it okay to list additional extracurricular activities in my additional information section on the common app?
I already have listed 10 activities on the activities list. I have a few more that I feel will add breadth to my application. Should I include them briefly in the additional information section?
I am applying to Tulane and they have a place to upload a pdf of what is supposed to be a resume of a list of extracurriculars. Can someone help me find guidelines on making one, because I know there …
Can I say to colleges that I've earned the Gold Presidential Volunteer Service Award if I don't have the award in hand?
I'm a high school senior currently applying to college. I have accrued 350+ volunteer hours with a PVSA-certified organization but am unable to receive the physical award in hand before my college app …
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