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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Rising seniors, write your college essays this summer! Focusing on your applications and particularly on writing your essays without the simultaneous pressure of schoolwork is a great way to get your college process underway. Then, when fall comes, you’ll be able … Continue reading
We encourage rising seniors to get inspired to write your college essays this summer! You’ll have the luxury of writing without the simultaneous pressure of schoolwork. When fall comes, you’ll be done except for any fine tuning, and will be … Continue reading
The Common Application has shared their new essay topics for students applying to college during the 2015-2016 school year.
Throughout your college application process you’ll create so many documents. You may need to write one or two essays for the Common App and possibly several more to meet individual school requirements. Consideration for special programs and scholarships calls for … Continue reading
Deborah Roth lives on Long Island and is a School Counselor in the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District. She has a BA in Psychology and Education; an MS in Reading Education and Learning Disabilities; and an MS in School Counseling. (Molloy … Continue reading