5 Questions Transfer Applicants Should Consider

5 Questions Transfer Applicants Should Consider

Posted by on Oct 24, 2016 in College Posts

  Looking to pursue your four-year degree after completing your associates? Are things not going quite the way you planned at your current university? Are you returning back to school following a long break? Here are a few questions to consider as you navigate the transfer application process.   1. How is the transfer process […]

BREAKING: Admit.me at the New York Times!

BREAKING: Admit.me at the New York Times!

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in Medical School Posts

We are thrilled to announce that Admit.me co-founder Kofi Kankam will join the nation’s foremost admissions experts at the NYTimes Symposium on College Admissions and Preparation this Saturday, 10/8. Want in on the fun? Join us from wherever you are via livestream! On October 8, 2016 the annual Symposium on College Admissions and Preparation will feature the nation’s […]

Why an Ivy League May Not Be Your Best Choice

Why an Ivy League May Not Be Your Best Choice

Posted by on Oct 4, 2016 in College Posts, General Posts

  Let me tell you a story of my husband Eric to help illustrate my point. Eric has traveled the world for work. First as a twenty-something entrepreneur pitching to small pharma companies and then as a thirty-something entrepreneur pitching to ed tech companies. For those of us who don’t have quite as many stamps in […]

Do Admissions Committees Really Look at Your Social Media?

Do Admissions Committees Really Look at Your Social Media?

Posted by on Sep 27, 2016 in General Posts, Medical School Posts

How often have you heard someone use the phrase, “Google it”? I’d guess pretty frequently. Now imagine – what if the admissions committee googled you? Now days, there is the paper application, the interview, and then, depending on the institution, the Internet search. We know you said you were a star athlete – but is […]

MBA Hopefuls – Do You Qualify for the Consortium Fellowship?

MBA Hopefuls – Do You Qualify for the Consortium Fellowship?

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 in Business School Posts

Outside of admissions help, the question I get asked the most is about college affordability.  It still surprises me that some MBA applicants don’t know about the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management (www.cgsm.org). When I applied to business school, I didn’t know about the Consortium and had I known, it would’ve made me re-think […]

6 Tips for Reducing College Costs

6 Tips for Reducing College Costs

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in College Posts, General Posts

Saving on the cost of college is important – if you don’t believe me, just check out the statistics. According to the College Board, the total cost of just one year at a four-year, in-state, public institution costs an average of $18,943. If you’re thinking about private school, make that $42,419. To counter the hefty price tag, students […]