Career Questions tagged Collegeapplications
What advice could you give to students who are writing essays and applications for competitive summer programs?
How should a student approach an essay question? How do we decide on content and structure? When should we be satisfied with our essay? What makes an essay impressive?
What would help make my essay for college applications stand out?
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What are some key components to writing an essay for college applications?
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What is considered a 4.0 GPA? Is it anything above a 95 average? or is it a 100 average?
having trouble determining my GPA.
Does it affect my chances of getting accepted if I apply later fall?
I am waiting for my SAT score and to take the ACT so it will be around October before I can get my scores together. Is it gonna affect my chances? #collegeapplications #college
What’s the most important thing colleges look for in applications?
SAT Scores, GPA, class rank, extracurriculars, essays? If you were to make a list from the most important aspect to the least, how would it look like? #high-school-classes #classes #collegeapplications #college
Hi! My mom is a single parent who's had to take care of me since I was seven years old with the help of her family. She is also a soldier in the US Army, so I was wondering if there are certain scholarships for military dependents and if so what are they? #highschool #collegeapplications...
Being Attractive to Colleges
Hi! I'm currently a junior in high school and I am worried that colleges won't find me a worthy candidate based on the fact that I don't volunteer much and that I am not in a lot of clubs. What should I do? Should I even worry? Is this a big factor in college admissions? #high-school...
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