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Contrary to the old cliché, familiarity with these universities breeds nothing but respect. These two proud universities do our region proud.

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The 360° on Demonstrated Interest

College School Admissions

Investigate, ask questions, and show some love to your schools. Above all, however, keep in mind that informed, educated decisions are likely to yield the most positive results.

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College Cousins: Denison and Trinity

College

For some, the quintessential college experience is characterized by a quality education gained in a special kind of atmosphere – the kind typified by Denison University and Trinity College. These two small liberal arts colleges offer four-year collegiate experiences on campuses that are traditional in appearance but brimming with energy and diversity.

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Waiting for College Decisions

College School Admissions

The college admission process is longer for some than for others, but the length of the race is not really what counts.

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College Cousins: Bucknell and Colgate

College

If a small university would seem to be a good fit for you, then Bucknell and Colgate are two that you will definitely want to consider.

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Early Decision & Early Action notifications are beginning to arrive. If you are awaiting a response to your early college applications, here is what you may hear back, what it means, & some next steps you can take.

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Feel like applying to college is just an endless series of hoops to jump through? Maureen Delaney offers guidance on self-care through the college admissions process.

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GRE & GMAT: Math Topics to Refresh

College Test Prep

Many students applying to graduate school will scarcely have taken a college course in math. In large part, that is a very small impediment to success on the GRE or GMAT. Here are some topics you'll likely want to review, though.

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Some students worry about whether their decision about their undergraduate major will have future consequences and affect opportunities for graduate school or job and career.

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Remember that your résumé will serve as a list of facts that have contributed to your unique position as a person, so tailor your résumé to represent your distinctive self –and then share your information generously with others.