Breaking Down Financial Aid

Breaking Down Financial Aid

This post has been provided by our friends at Carrington College.  Students who need additional funding for their college education have a number of options available. The following infographic explains the requirements you may need to meet in order to obtain possible scholarships, grants, and student loans.  Academic Requirements Scholarships & Grants: Generally speaking, scholarships […]

9 Tips to Improve Your ACT Score—With Friends!

9 Tips to Improve Your ACT Score—With Friends!

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This post was contributed by our friends at Magoosh Test Prep.  Often, it feels like ACT prep is designed only for self-study. But you don’t have to be a lone wolf to get a good ACT score. There are many fun, social ways to build up those ACT skills with friends. Here are some tips: Tip […]

How to Choose the Right Law Schools

How to Choose the Right Law Schools

You’ve decided that law school is your next step.  But, there are approximately 200 accredited law schools in the US.  How do you choose which schools to apply to? Many applicants want to apply to only the top schools, as ranked by US News and World Report rankings or a similar organization.  The methodology of […]

10 SAT Tips You’ve Been Chasing

10 SAT Tips You’ve Been Chasing

#10. Pick a date and stick with it! Commit to a test date and a preparation plan and stick to it. Everyone feels nervous in the days leading up to the test, putting it off will only prolong and amplify the anxiety. #9. Your test preparation will take twice as long as you thought. Pretty much […]

5 Questions Transfer Applicants Should Consider

5 Questions Transfer Applicants Should Consider

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  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!

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 […]