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The Nation’s Top Colleges and Universities Recruit High-Achieving Low-Income Students on College Greenlight

0 Comments 17 November 2017

Did you know that more than 160 top colleges and universities partner with College Greenlight to recruit and enroll high-achieving, first-generation, and traditionally underrepresented students? College Greenlight’s partner colleges include more than half of the top 100 colleges in the country, as measured by the most popular college ranking lists. Participating college includes private institutions […]

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Admissions

High School Juniors: You Need a Relationship with Your Counselor

0 Comments 08 November 2017

Junior year of high school is the most important of high school. Your high school counselor can guide you through this vital year. Here are a few reasons to build a solid relationship with your counselor. Picking classes. You obviously need to fulfill certain requirements, but with the help of a counselor, you can select […]

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Tips for Getting a Letter of Recommendation

0 Comments 06 November 2017

When you apply for college, you should submit letters of recommendation, typically from a teacher, employer or mentor. A mentor or teacher can write a great letter of recommendation. Here are some tips for getting a letter of recommendation. Follow directions. This might seem like a given, but make sure you follow all instructions before […]

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Should You Retake the SAT or ACT?

0 Comments 02 November 2017

If you have received your ACT or SAT test scores, there is a good chance that you are wondering if you need to take one of the tests again. Here are some things to consider if you think you need to retake the SAT or ACT. Did any unforeseen circumstances pop up last time? You […]

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Is Senior Year too Late to Plan for College?

0 Comments 01 November 2017

If you realize your college dream a little later than others, don’t worry. You can plan for college as a high school senior. Here are some tips for how to do that: Check out college application dates. Sure, some colleges have November 1 deadlines, but there are plenty out there that have late deadlines. In […]

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