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Tell Me About Yourself Interview Question

January 8, 2014
Published in Advice, The Application

Most colleges don’t provide too many pre-scripted questions for the interviewer to ask. However, a question that is frequently asked in all interviews is “Tell Me About Yourself.” This question should be really easy to answer after having completed your college application. After everything you have to compile about the last four years of your…

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Summer and After School Programs for High School Students

December 5, 2013
Published in Advice

Programs These are some programs that are popular among high school students. This is by no means an exhaustive list of nationally recognized programs.  Boy’s/Girls States are programs that offer citizenship and leadership training during the summer for high school juniors. The American Legion runs them.  ISEF/Siemens are two scientific research competitions that award students…

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Timeline: Freshman to Senior Year To Do List

December 5, 2013
Published in Advice

Freshman Year Meet your school counselor to discuss your goals in high school and where you potentially want to go to school Start taking some advanced classes, especially those you are highly interested in Start to explore activities you want to pursue, you should have an idea of what you want to continue for the…

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Recommendation Letters and College Admissions

December 5, 2013
Published in Advice, The Application

A good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning.  ~Brad Henry Role in Admissions Recommendation letters are one part of the application that the applicant plays very little role in during the application cycle. It is vital that the applicant has maintained a solid reputation within the school community…

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