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Stuck on where to begin writing your college essays? Take a look at some of our favorite supplemental essay prompts and get those creative juices flowing.

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The SAT has ANOTHER score for me? How to make sense of the news about a new look at adversity and context in standardized testing.

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English teachers often require students to write college essays as a classroom assignments. Consider a

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How to adult: concrete advise for money, mental health, and friendship as high school seniors transition from to college.

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This coming Wednesday, May 1, is National College Decision Day. This is the annual deadline by which almost all college applicants must choose an undergraduate school. Here are a few pointers to remember, now that you’ve likely made your decision about college.

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For students interested in the visual and performing arts, finding strong arts programs is a priority. Two of the best can be found at the Rhode Island School of Design in Providence and Carnegie Mellon University’s College of Fine Arts in Pittsburgh.

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Waitlisted: Keep Calm and March On

College School Admissions

Waitlisted at your first-choice college? Educational Counselor Maureen Delaney offers strategies for being proactive and taking control of the waitlist admissions process.

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Educational Counselor Katy Dunn offers some helpful Dos and Don'ts for getting the best possible letters of recommendation for your college application.

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The college admission process can be a long, winding road but an experienced IEC can smooth some of the bumps and make the process a bit easier. Think about it and then make the decision that is right for you.

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Both Drexel and Northeastern understand that they are offering more than academics to their students. They are cultivating and enhancing students’ preparation for life and careers.