If you have decided that you want to pursue your university studies in the USA, then you are probably full of questions regarding degrees and majors. Well, you are not alone. So, let me tell you a lit...
In the pursuit of better rankings in "American Best Colleges" and U.S. News Report and numerous websites many public colleges have abandoned their commitment to low income and minority students. Publi...
Upon receipt of your student aid report and completion of verification, if needed, you are immediately eligible for student loans. These are guaranteed loans, regardless of your credit rating. That's ...
Everyone, admissions counselors, experts and parents are always hot to trot with advice on how to choose a college. Most of it is good advice, but we adults tend to steer teenagers away from our own m...
In trying to decide what type of college will best meet your wants and needs there are many things to consider. Listed below are some of the factors you will need to consider in deciding where you...
There are two basic feelings that you might have when it comes time to do the college interviews which can make or break your application to the institution of your choice. On the one hand, you may fe...
You took your SATs and your scores are ready. You can tell from the basic numbers that you were smart enough to do well, but you think that your intelligence might be failing you because you aren't q...
The idea of college is a huge step for any high school student. It's a gigantic step for those who are full-fledged adults juggling a job, parenting and the every day adventures of being a grown-up...
Years ago, when I first heard b-school representatives talking about wanting to see passion in applications, I thought to myself, "You're looking for passion from a bunch of investment bankers and eng...
During a recent teleseminar, I was asked to rank test score, GPA, experience, etc. by order of importance in admissions decisions. I ranked them, but after the seminar ended I kept thinking of situati...