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Posts tagged with: university transition

By Lindsey Skerker, Director of College Counseling and Placement at The Craig School          In a recent article about the most expensive colleges in the US, President Brian Casey of Colgate University summed it up best: “The business model of...
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By Michelle McAnaney of The College Spy The role of standardized tests in the college admissions process has always been difficult to understand, with most people overestimating their importance at most colleges. Now, with more colleges allowing applicants to apply...
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By Diane Steiger of Matrix College Consulting If you’re a high school senior, you might be feeling like it’s application crunch time.  You also might be facing bouts of procrastination and early senioritis.  Managing your time can help you get...
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The preparation for college seems to be reaching younger and younger these days, as educational professionals say grimly, sadly shaking their heads. While the fear of anxiety may be real for young teens, that doesn’t mean the parents can’t be...
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Transitioning to college is a big task. It’s a huge change from what you know, and as you go, you’ll be leaving behind the established network of friends you have back home. But don’t worry — college will be an...
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The UK has a host of excellent universities, some of which are the oldest in the world, and many of which regularly rank among the top colleges worldwide. Oxford and Cambridge (collectively, Oxbridge) consistently place in the top five. The...
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Probably the most significant decision you will make in your time at college is your decision on what to major in during your time there. This can be challenging for a number of reasons, particularly if you aren’t quite sure...
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By Josephine Vonarburg of Transitions College Advising During the college search process, students typically focus on getting into college and don’t think about what will happen beyond that. But getting an acceptance letter doesn’t guarantee success. With graduation rates lower...
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As we come to the end of summer, the new academic year is quickly approaching, and with it, a new cohort of students will be off to college for the first time. When it comes to packing, you might be...
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