The Difference Between Early Action and Early Decision

0 Comments 02 October 2017

Here’s the difference between early action and early decision in college admissions. Early decision plans are binding. If you apply early decision to a college, you are committing to that college. Early action students can apply early to colleges, just like early decision students. The difference is that early action students are not required to […]

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The Difference Between AP and Honors Courses

0 Comments 26 September 2017

Taking challenging classes is a great way to show colleges you are serious about your academics, but it’s important to understand the differences between the courses offered. Here are the differences between AP and Honors courses. An honors class typically covers the same curriculum as the regular version of that course. It’s just tweaked and […]

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How to Impress College Admissions Officer During a High School Visit

0 Comments 25 September 2017

When a college admissions counselor visits your high school, it’s a great opportunity to make a first impression on a college you are interested in. Here are some tips for how to ace a visit from a college admissions officer. Come prepared. Research the college the admissions counselor is here to talk about. You should […]

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Greenlight Scholars

Greenlight Scholars Colleges P-Z, Plus Some Coming Soon

0 Comments 22 September 2017

The Greenlight Scholars Application is unique because it connects students like you with wonderful colleges across the country. Here’s why Greenlight Scholars partner colleges are special. This is the third in a series of articles about the Greenlight Scholars Application. The first covers colleges A through F. The second covers colleges G through O. Park University – Minority […]

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Choosing A School

Spotlight on Worcester Polytechnic Institute

0 Comments 21 September 2017

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) is a college of more than 6,000 students (both undergrad and graduate) in Worcester, Massachusetts. The college places an emphasis on students who are creative and curious, enjoy working in teams to get things done and love math and science but are passionate about other things such as music, art or […]

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