The Top Reasons to Get a Doctorate in Education
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Q&A Becoming a Mentor
Is there an application for being a mentor? Right now, all of our mentors are bloggers for the Collegiate soRead more.
Tufts Syndrome Unwrapped Have you ever heard others claim they were rejected by a school because they were “overly qualified”Read more.
Q&A — What’s the Most Important Part of the Application?
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Studying for the Critical Reading Section of the SAT — Vocabulary Lists
The sentence-completion questions of the critical reading section of the SAT test your ability to use vocabulary in context. Oftentimes,Read more.
Pros and Cons of Early Action
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Q&A How Much Time Should I Devote to the College Process?
I really want my family to host an exchange student for the upcoming school year. I will be a seniorRead more.
Pros and Cons of Rolling Admissions
Many colleges and universities employ rolling admissions policies. Rolling admissions give students a long period of time in which theyRead more.
Q&A Bad Guidance Counselor
Guidance counselors are notoriously overworked. Often, there will be a student to counselor ratio of something like 400:1. If youRead more.
History of the SAT
The College Board was formed in 1900 with the intent of standardizing the admissions process at elite universities. At aroundRead more.