This is the college application season . Some students have already done their applications. For those beginning, make sure time is set aside to enter information and do essays.
A student should make a list of possible schools. Some should be “sure-shots”- the student is confident of being accepted; some should be fair chance – the student has a good chance of being accepted; and some should be reaches – the student probably may not be accepted.
Essays should be well written. It is important for the student to “come alive” on paper so an admissions counselor can understand the person behind the application.
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