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College Rankings

The 2022 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings were recently released. Although rankings can serve as a starting point, don’t let this information and other rankings dominate your search. There are thousands of two and four year colleges and … Continue reading

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College Rankings

The 2021 Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings was just released. No surprise that the top ten spots are dominated by some of the Ivy League school and also include Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Duke, Stanford, California Institute of … Continue reading

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Where Will You Be Applying?

First off, today is Election Day! If you are 18 or over and registered, please go to your local polling place and exercise your right to vote. Next, application deadlines are around the corner. Where will you be applying? Take … Continue reading

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Your Final List

Application deadlines will be here before you know it. Now’s the time to evaluate your preliminary choices and create your final list. You should develop a balanced list including a mix of safety, reach and target schools, both academically and … Continue reading

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Narrow Down Your Choices

There are an overwhelming number of college and universities.  How are you going to choose which ones to explore.  Think about your high school experience and your community. Do you want a college experience that is similar or are you … Continue reading

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So Many Choices

By now, you’ve probably compiled a preliminary list of schools that interest you. Review your choices and create a final list of schools. Develop a balanced list including a mix of safety, reach and target schools, both academically and financially, … Continue reading

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Exploring Your Options: Part 1

Welcome to the first installment of our three part series on researching schools. Is there one perfect college for you? Maybe. Most likely, though, there are many schools that could be a great fit. Begin to research schools now so … Continue reading

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Are Your Applications Complete?

It’s so important for you to confirm your applications are complete and that all the required components have been received by the schools to which you have applied. The easiest way to do this is to create a list of … Continue reading

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Finalize Your List

By now, you’ve probably compiled a preliminary list of schools that interest you. You should evaluate your choices and create a final list of schools to which you would like to apply. If you develop a balanced list, you should … Continue reading

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Move Forward In Your College Process

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

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