Bound to Organize
The college process can be filled with chaos, but it becomes simpler when you are Bound to Organize. Keep on track with tips and hints from two women who have learned the ropes and lived to tell about it.
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Category Archives: Application Process
As you’re sorting through acceptances, possibly rejections and even some waitlist or delayed acceptances, make sure you understand all your college options so you can compare and ultimately decide where you are going. Admitted If you’ve been accepted, congratulations! If … Continue reading
Seniors and juniors, whether you’re finishing your final applications or just beginning the process, read this article in The Washington Post for helpful insight from admissions officers at a range of schools.
It’s early decision time! If you applied early decision or early action, the waiting game will soon be over. You may also have already heard, or will soon hear, from schools with a rolling admissions policy. Once you have your … Continue reading